Medical Device Legal News with Sam Bernstein: Episode 3

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The EPA issues proposed rules placing limits on the use of ethylene oxide as a sterilizing agent and adopting related record keeping and worker safety requirements; the owner of DME supply companies pleads guilty to conspiracy to commit health care fraud for paying a marketing company for medically unnecessary DME orders procured through telemedicine encounters that were allegedly medically unjustified; the FDA issues Q&A guidance regarding a risk-based approach to monitoring clinical investigations.

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