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What's Ahead In The US Senate: Support Builds For Bills To Lower Health-Care Costs, End Device Tax

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The medtech industry should expect legislation to gain attention in the US Senate in the coming months to lower health-care costs and promote transparency to allow cost-conscious patients to shop for the most effective and lowest-priced surgical and advanced imaging procedures, as well as bills to repeal the device tax, key Senate health players say.

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