Bernadette Broccolo was quoted in an April 27 Modern Healthcare story about a healthcare communication systems company that formed an advisory board of seven nurse executives from hospitals that use the company's products. Ms. Broccolo believes that the advisors could still ethically discuss the company's products at their hospitals, but that they should disclose their advisory relationships and refrain from voting on product decisions to avoid any impression of bias. "What everyone is clamoring for first and foremost is . . . that any kind of participation in advisory groups of these kind[s] be made in the sunshine," she stated.