How medical software was 'hacked' to push opioids

A US medical software company has admitted taking $1.5 million in kickbacks to create prescribing alerts

Could your decision-support software be hacked by a malign influence, such as a drug company wanting to subtly boost scripts for its products?

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When it comes to the activities of notorious oxycodone maker Purdue Pharma, it seems the answer is yes.

Last month, a US medical software company admitted to taking $1.5 million in kickbacks to create computer alerts designed to push&nbsp

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