by the end of June 2016, EFPIA member companies will disclose payments made to health professionals, such as sponsorship to attend meetings, speaker fees, consultancy and advisory boards. How this data will be disclosed will vary according to country; disclosures could be made on company websites or, where available, on a central platform for disclosure. In each case the type of activities subject to the provisions of the EFPIA disclosure code is the same.
The EFPIA Disclosure code requires member companies to document and disclose the transfers of value it makes, directly or indirectly, to healthcare professionals (HCPs) and healthcare organisations (HCOs).
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