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The Intersection of Conflicts of Interest and Healthcare

June 24, 2021

The Intersection of Conflicts of Interest and Healthcare

Individuals.  Institutions.  For-profit companies.  Non-profit organizations.  All participants in healthcare are vulnerable to financial or ideological conflicts of interest.  How do we balance this pervasive susceptibility to conflicts with the best health interest of the population?  In this podcast you will hear from healthcare, government, bioethics, research, industry, media and other experts on how conflicts of interest — both purposeful and unintentional — make their way into doctor’s offices, research, publishing, and more.  The podcast will further explore how the healthcare community can move forward in mitigating influence from conflicts.

This podcast was produced following a conference on this topic held in partnership between the NYU Grossman School of Medicine and the Academy. It was made possible with support from Johnson & Johnson.