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UK National Joint Registry Levy Will Be Collected By Device Trade Group

This article was originally published in The Gray Sheet

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A steering committee is being formed to set the terms of a tax to fund the UK's National Joint Registry for Hip and Knee Replacements (NJR). The registry fee will be collected by the Association of British Healthcare Industries

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