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|Name / Payee||City||State||Company||Year||Category||Amount|
|ALASKA CARDIOVASCULAR RESEARCH FOUNDATION »||Anchorage||Alaska||AstraZeneca||2012||Research||$4,000|
|Eric Albert Meier » ↳ Payee: Eric A. Meier M. D.||Anchorage||Alaska||AstraZeneca||2011||Travel||$833|
|Eric Albert Meier » ↳ Payee: Eric A. Meier M. D.||Anchorage||Alaska||AstraZeneca||2011||Speaking||$5,400|
|Eric Albert Meier » ↳ Payee: Eric A. Meier, M.D.,||Anchorage||Alaska||AstraZeneca||2011||Speaking||$8,300|
|Samuel Abbate » ↳ Payee: ADONAI DIABETES & ENDOCRINOLOGY CENTER||Wasilla||Alaska||AstraZeneca||2010||Speaking||$2,000|
|Samuel Lee Abbate » ↳ Payee: Adonai Diabetes & Endocrinology Center||Wasilla||Alaska||AstraZeneca||2012||Speaking||$1,800|
Note that health providers may receive money from the many pharmaceutical companies that are not in our database.
ProPublica research, based on pharmaceutical company disclosures.
- Some records include both the practitioner listed by the company and the entity receiving payment. If only one name is listed, it represents both the listed practitioner and payee. For instance, some payments made to a university research lab will list the university as the entity receiving payment, and an individual researcher as the practitioner.
- Companies are continually updating their data, so the most recent additions may not be included in our database.
- A physician on the list may be getting money from other companies that have yet to disclose payments.
- Practitioner names and addresses (city/state) are listed as the companies released them and may vary. For instance, some companies include a middle initial, and others do not. Some companies also list different cities for the same individual. This may happen because professionals may have practices in multiple locations or because they provided different addresses for payment.