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Use Our Dollars for Docs Widget on Your Site

As part of ProPublica’s “Dollars for Docs” series and interactive news application, we've created a small widget that you can embed on your web site. It will let your readers look up whether their health care providers are taking money from the drug companies in our database. The widget shows the amount of money paid to each practitioner in our database, which company made the payment, and in some cases, what the companies saidthey were paying for: speaking fees, consulting, etc. The widget also lists what drugs each company sells so readers can check their own prescriptions.

We’ll be keeping this data up-to-date roughly quarterly, and the widget running on your site will always have the latest data.

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How Does it Work?

All you’ll need to do on your site is to copy and paste a short line of code onto your web pages at the point you want the widget to appear. In many ways, it works just like embedding a YouTube video.

Nerd-to-Nerd Stuff

The widget is roughly 300px wide, but is fluid to accommodate slightly smaller and larger viewports.

We track the number of views the widget gets on your site, but we track absolutely nothing about your users. We don't set or read any cookies.

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Scott Klein

Scott Klein was a deputy managing editor. He led the teams at ProPublica that work at the intersection of journalism and technology.

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