Prohibition on Acceptance of Free Pharmaceutical Samples The Johns Hopkins Medicine Policy on Interaction with Industry prohibits the acceptance of pharmaceutical samples. This prohibition also applies to vouchers, coupons and discount cards and has been in effect since July 1, 2011. The policy recognizes that sampling is a marketing strategy and that acceptance of manufacturer-provided […]
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The CMS Open Payments Program, also called the “Sunshine Act” Highlights: Note: The information on this site is provided to members of the Johns Hopkins Medicine Community as a resource for the Open Payments program, which is also referred to as the “Sunshine Act”. Overview of the Sunshine Act and Implications for Johns Hopkins Physicians and […]
Johns Hopkins Medicine Policy on Interaction with Industry Please note: This policy was approved by the Advisory Board of the Medical Faculty on March 25, 2009. It took effect on July 1, 2009. Revisions were made pursuant to Advisory Board vote on June 30, 2010. Section 2(d) will take effect on July 1, 2011. 1. Application of […]
Frequently Asked Questions: Policy on Interaction with Industry Question: As a nurse manager, I must earn a certain number of continuing education (CE) credits each year. Many of the CE events sponsored by the American Nurses Credentialing Center (a subsidiary of the American Nurses Association) are sponsored by healthcare companies. If I attend an ANCC event […]
Johns Hopkins Medicine Policy on Interaction with Industry Johns Hopkins Medicine (JHM) recognizes the value of working with industry to support our tripartite mission of research, education and clinical care. The JHM Policy on Interaction with Industry was adopted to ensure that these activities reflect the standards of excellence for which JHM is known and […]
Questions about the policy should be directed to Mary Ann Dunlay, Director of Interaction with Industry, by email or by calling (667)-208-8950.