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Separate from Cantone's lawsuit, John Kapoor, the founder and largest shareholder of Insys, was arrested and arraigned in federal court in October on charges of bribing doctors to overprescribe the drug. Kapoor engaged in no wrongdoing and refutes all of the charges in the strongest possible terms," said Tom Becker, a spokesman for Kapoor.
Several other Insys executives were arrested in connection with an alleged racketeering scheme. Claire McCaskill, a Democrat from Missouri, is conducting an investigation into the opioid industry. According to her investigation and the federal indictment, Insys used a combination of tacticssuch as falsifying medical records, misleading insurance companies and providing kickbacks to doctors in league with the company.
Saeed Motahari, president and CEO of Insys, wrote a letter in September to McCaskill, noting that he was "concerned about certain mistakes and unacceptable actions of former Insys employees. The analysis Sometimes, pharmaceutical companies pay doctors to do medical research.
They also pay doctors for promotional work: Concerns about payments to doctors by opioid manufacturers were brought to light last year in a study by researchers at Boston University.
CNN Exclusive: The more opioids doctors prescribe, the more money they make
Several studies published in medical journals in recent years have found an association between payments by pharmaceutical companies for various types of drugs and doctors' prescribing habits.
For example, researchers at the University of North Carolina examined the two government databases analyzed by CNN and Harvard and found that when doctors received payments from manufacturers of certain cancer drugs, they were more likely to prescribe those drugs to their patients. Some studies have looked at whether the amount of money a doctor receives makes a difference.
Studies by researchers at Yale Universitythe George Washington University Milken Institute of Public Health and Harvard Medical School have all found that the more money physicians are paid by pharmaceutical companies, the more likely they are to prescribe certain drugs.
Patrice Harris, a spokeswoman for the American Medical Association, said that the CNN and Harvard data raised "fair questions" but that such analyses show only an association between payments and prescribing habits and don't prove that one causes the other.
It's "not a cause and effect relationship," said Harris, chairwoman of the association's opioid task force, adding that more research should be done on the relationship between payments and prescriptions. But Jena, one of the two Harvard researchers who collaborated on the CNN analysis, said he worries that money from opioid manufacturers -- especially large amounts of money -- could influence a doctor to prescribe opioids over less dangerous options.
From tomore thanpeople in the United States died from overdoses related to prescription opioids, according to the CDC. In October, President Donald Trump declared the opioid epidemic a national public health emergency. At least one company has decided to stop paying doctors for promotional activities such as speaking engagements. Purdue Pharma discontinued its speakers program for the opioids OxyContin and Butrans at the end of and the program for Hysingla, another opioid, in November, according to company spokesman Robert Josephson.
Several patients have filed lawsuits against these high prescribers. From August through DecemberDr. Most of the payments were fees for speaking, training and education.
Methodology behind CNN's exclusive story, 'The more opioids doctors prescribe, the more money they make' Ballou, one of his patients, says she remembers Simon bragging about how drug companies were flying him across the country to give lectures to other doctors.
Simon's lawyer, James Wyrsch, said he would not comment on pending litigation. In court documents, he asked for the case to be dismissed, saying in part that Ballou's complaints that Simon improperly prescribed Subsys were "simply incorrect.
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