Device Industry Continues Push To Influence Health Care Reform Dialogue
This article was originally published in The Gray Sheet
With comprehensive U.S. health care reform being viewed as a realistic near-term objective among key figures on Capitol Hill, a seat at the decision-making table is perhaps the best any one interest group could hope for - and signs suggest device firms have not been left idly standing
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