Leaders from neurology organizations, including the ANA, discuss their policies for disclosing conflicts of interests in their leadership posts and committees.

The conversation around disclosure of conflicts of interest (COI) in the medical community continues to be a dynamic one, particularly as transparency initiatives like the Open Payments database from the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) and ProPublica's Dollars for Docs make information about industry ties readily available to the public.

But how does that transparency translate into the operations of major neurology organizations? And with that, is the demand for greater accountability consistent across the board—from leadership on committees to conduct on major conferences? Finally, how do different organizations ensure that they are adequately addressing the concerns raised by these relationships?

Neurology Today spoke with leaders and representatives from several neurology organizations for insight into how they navigate the changing financial landscape with their members and their policies on conflicts of interests.

Read more here: Conflicts of Interest: How Neurology Organizations Address Industry Ties