5 Steps to Building Real Firewalls

A provocative plan for separating CME from commercial interests

The cat is out of the bag. Powerful factions of the U.S. economy have discovered that the practice of medicine and the commercial interests of pharmaceutical and medical device companies — and opportunistic individual physicians — don't mix.

If there was any doubt whatsoever about the extent of this problem, the recent investigation of the Senate Finance Committee into the dealings of the CME industry — itself a commercial endeavor — forever banished that doubt.

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