Conflicts of Interest in Cardiovascular Clinical Practice Guidelines
Mendelson, Todd B
Campbell, Eric G
Caplan, Arthur L
Kirkpatrick, James N
Archives of internal medicine 2011 Mar 28; 171(6): 577-84
Clinical practice guidelines (CPGs) serve as standards of care in practice, quality improvement, and reimbursement. The extent of conflicts of interest (COIs) in cardiology guideline production has not been well studied. Herein, we describe the scope of COIs in CPGs.
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