Dollars for Docs

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MIRENA
drug

MIRENA

This is an intrauterine device (IUD), which is a reversible form of birth control. This type of IUD slowly releases levonorgestrel, a hormone. It is used to prevent pregnancy and to treat heavy menstrual bleeding. An IUD works best in women who have had at least one child.
Cash
$802K

payments related to this drug

Doctor
13,906

doctors receiving payments

Company
1

company making payments related to this drug

Drug
84%

of payments for this drug were also associated with another product

Companies Making Payments Related to this Drug

Aggregate totals are shown, including payments to doctors and teaching hospitals. To purchase bulk data, please visit the ProPublica Data Store.

Company Payment
BAYER HEALTHCARE PHARMACEUTICALS INC. $802K

Top Doctors Receiving Payments Related to this Drug

Totals listed account for all payments from August 2013 to December 2016.

Doctor Location Money Paid
RAMOS
DIANA RAMOS

BALDWIN PARK, CA

$19,589
AHUJA
SAMIR AHUJA

MENTOR, OH

$11,543
DAVIDSON
BRENT DAVIDSON

DETROIT, MI

$10,599
LEVINE
JEFFREY LEVINE

NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ

$10,345
CARLSON
JEFFREY CARLSON

ST PETERSBURG, FL

$8,466
NELSON
ANITA NELSON

TORRANCE, CA

$8,435
LEMOINE
KIMBERLY LEMOINE

SAINT LOUIS, MO

$7,830
TEAL
STEPHANIE TEAL

AURORA, CO

$7,582
ALLEN
REBECCA ALLEN

BOSTON, MA

$6,343
CHAPA
HECTOR CHAPA

DALLAS, TX

$6,195

Top Teaching Hospitals Receiving Payments Related to this Drug

Note: We have made some effort to normalize the data and eliminate duplicates, but data is primarily as it has been reported by the companies to the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services. To purchase the normalized data, please visit the ProPublica Data Store. If you spot an error, please let us know at [email protected].