I think voting is sufficient to take care of it. The downvote tooltip is
This answer is not useful.
If you find omnibus answers actively not useful, go ahead and downvote.
On the flip-side, the upvote tooltip is
This answer is useful.
On the (rare?) occasion that you find yourself saying "well, it really is nice to have all the stuff I just read together in one post," that sounds like an upvote =)
The answers you're talking about, meanwhile, are probably the dozenth-or-later answer in the long tail of "meh" answers coming after the top few excellent and thoughtful ones. They're going to attract attention/votes from regulars the day they're posted, then languish in that long tail.
Unless they're somehow particularly excellent, garnering a dozen upvotes their first day and rising above hoi polloi. So the only easy points someone's getting out of them is in proportion to how useful others find having that omnibus answer in existence.
I, personally, don't find them problematic, nor do I feel they need concrete policy. Voting will out.