Podcast: Nadim Yared Hits The Ground Running As AdvaMed Chair
In a podcast interview to discuss his initial experience as chairman of AdvaMed, CVRx CEO Nadim Yared talks about the group's laser focus on device-tax repeal, irrespective of broader GOP health-care debates and controversy, its capacity to handle unpredictability and change in Washington, DC, and more.
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