Re: A program proposed by the American Medical Association and the Chicago Medical Society involving peer review of physician fees is not likely to violate antitrust laws, Decisions Volume 117
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re: Professional society peer review of physicians' fees: required physician participation in advisory fee review; medical society discipline for fee-related conduct
Re: The application of the Non-Profit Institutions Act to sales of pharmaceuticals by non-profit hospitals to related non-profit long-term care facilities, Decisions Volume 116
re: Sales of pharmaceuticals by non-profit hospitals to related non-profit long-term care facilities
re: Radiology services PPO network
re: Concerning the dispensing of drugs by a non-profit hospital to HMO members and to members of a senior citizens' program.
Re: The Commission overruling the 1979 staff opinion letter regarding gasohol, Decisions Volume 116
re: Concerning the sale of prescription drugs by a city-operated hospital to city employees at a price reflecting discounts received by the hospital.
re: Concerning a hospital's offer of free office space to newly recruited physicians.
re: Concerning an IPA network's sponsorship of a PPO to negotiate prices with hospitals whose services will be marketed as part of the PPO.
re: Relating to a survey of salary ranges for certified dental consultants.
re: Relating to collective allocation by hospitals of services, equipment, or facilities.
re: Concerning a physician panel's rendering of advisory opinions regarding fee disputes.
The proposed Code of Conduct of the Association of Trial Lawyers of America does not appear likely to have a significant anticompetitive effect and therefore, to violate Section 5 of the FTC Act, Decisions Volume 114
re: Concerning advisory advertising guidelines.
re: Concerning a study of the establishment of UCR rates by dental insurers and the impact of those rates on consumers' out-of-pocket costs.
re: Concerning price differences in the sale of educational video programs to physicians and hospitals.
Clarification of three provisions of a 1972 order concerning safety claims for its tires, Decisions Volume 112
re: Concerning the creation of a limited partnership between hospital and physicians to establish a PPO in which the physicians are to be excluded from price negotiations with payers.
Proposed acquisition by Coca-Cola would require prior Commission approval under the Commission's order of August 3, 1983, Decisions Volume 111