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Medtech's Unfinished Business For Congress In 2018: What's Ahead

Executive Summary

US Congress successfully pushed through a user-fee bill in 2017 to help smooth the regulatory path at FDA for medical devices and other products, but other efforts, including several industry priorities, remain undone. On top on the list, of course, is the effort to repeal the device excise tax. But legislation is also on the table to address diagnostics regulation, telehealth reimbursement, and medtech cybersecurity vulnerability, among other issues. Here is a look at the medtech landscape in Congress in 2018.


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