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GPO Website Exposes Firms That Are Passing Device Tax On To Customers

This article was originally published in The Gray Sheet

Executive Summary

The site Medical Device Tax Watch ( lists companies that the Healthcare Supply Chain Association says are “shifting the burden of the medical device excise tax ... directly to American hospitals and other health care providers.”

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