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In Brief: Health Industry Manufacturers Association

This article was originally published in The Gray Sheet

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Health Industry Manufacturers Association: Names Janet Trunzo director, technology and regulatory affairs, making her responsible for regulatory issues involving in vitro diagnostic products, heart valves, lasers and ophthalmic devices. Prior to joining HIMA, Trunzo served as director, quality assurance, environmental affairs and safety for Hybritech, where she worked from 1985-1995. She also has coordinated FDA reform activities and negotiated compliance issues on behalf of HIMA and served on the trade group's Quality Assurance Subcommittee and its IVD Task Force. Trunzo replaces Julie Zawisza, who left HIMA in December...

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