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In Brief: HIMA staff changes

This article was originally published in The Gray Sheet

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HIMA staff changes: Former Department of Commerce International Trade Specialist Paul Barry assumes position as director of global strategy and analysis at the Health Industry Manufacturers Association, effective Jan. 2. Barry replaces Terri Zavada, who left HIMA Dec. 5 to establish Zavada International, a consulting firm dealing with international medical device trade issues with an emphasis on Asia. Barry has worked extensively with HIMA in the past on device issues, particularly on matters related to reimbursement in Japan, in the context of the Pharmaceutical Products Market-Oriented Sector-Selective (MOSS) trade talks. Yet to be named is a replacement for HIMA Associate VP-Public Affairs Holly Glass, who left the trade association Sept. 15 to establish Glass Public Affairs, a device public relations firm. HIMA Manager of Government Affairs Jeanne Wilton also is leaving the association to enter consulting; a replacement has not yet been designated...

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