Royal Philips’ IGT Goes For The Structural Heart
Value-based concepts also apply in diagnosis and treatment
Royal Philips’ image-guided therapy business has rebounded, as expected, after the COVID-19 dip, and is now targeting expansion in a number of areas, as business leader Bert van Meurs explains.
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