Health reporters can have conflicts of interest, too

We frequently tell you about conflicts of interest that doctors, hospitals or insurance companies have with drug companies. However, health reporters have to watch out for the same things, as insurance companies try to entice or influence us to write articles in certain ways. (Not to worry, here at FierceHealthcare we stay clear of these kinds of problems.) Article

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