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Merit got into trouble for which of the following principal reasons:
Which of the following most accurately reflects the failure of Merit’s compliance program?
The action of adopting a Code of Business Conduct and Ethics serves as:
According to the whistleblower complaint, Company employees rated proposals they made on a “chili-pepper” scale of 1 to 3 based on:
The manner in which the case against Merit resolved indicates that:
If a company dedicates time, money, and other resources to compliance, very good reasons must exist as to why the company elects not to follow the advice of its Chief Compliance Officer.
The lawsuit against Merit alleged that the company paid high-volume users of its medical devices, such as doctors and other medical professionals, and paid consulting fees to high-use providers for little to no work.
According to the company, Merit quickly settled the lawsuit agreeing to pay $18 million because it was in the midst of attempting to secure a large government contract.