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QUOTED. Sept. 24, 2018. Joe Grogan.

Executive Summary

The Trump administration is prioritizing reforms to improve the reimbursement process for medical devices, and it is willing to spend money to do it. That's according to Joe Grogan, the health program associate director for the White House Office of Management and Budget. See what he said about it here.

"We’re doing a lot of work on medical devices stuff that nobody knows about, trying to figure out how America can maintain our dominance in medical devices. You don’t hear the president out there talking about it, but we have a lot of people that are doing that." –Joe Grogan, health program associate director, White House Office of Management and Budget

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