Health Tech Company Admits to Taking Kickbacks from Big Pharma

A health tech start-up company out of Silicon Valley agreed to pay $145 million in fines after admitting to working with a pharmaceutical company to drive opioid prescriptions. The company, called Practice Fusion, developed an electronic medical system they offered to doctors free of charge. Instead of charging for the system, the company generated revenue by advertising to doctors, and encouraging them to prescribe opioids. According to a news release by the Department of Justice,...

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