Published in Hospital Law Weekly, January 8th, 2009
"Secrecy clauses prevent hospitals from revealing prices to third parties that help them negotiate prices and to surgeons who specify which device brands and models hospitals purchase. Litigation focused the attention of journalists and policymakers on problems that result from the asymmetry of information between buyers and sellers in the market for PPIs. Legislation is...
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