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Two sales reps for the Lake Oswego—based company accused it of using Hawaii trips, sports tickets, wine-tastings and bogus payments to induce surgeons to use its defibrillators and pacemakers; the firm denied wrongdoing.
Government officials say some transactions may violate federal anti-kickback laws, drive up health care spending and put patients at risk of serious harm.