Q&A: AdvaMed Accel's Shadan, Wittorf Outline Lobbying Priorities, More
In a podcast exclusive with Medtech Insight, the new chair and executive director of small-company-focused AdvaMed Accel discussed their priorities for supporting small medtech companies. Among the topics discussed were the medical device tax, reimbursement uncertainty and empowering women in the industry.
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