Blue Sky Thinking: CEOs, Analysts Offer Some Thoughts On 2022
As Omicron further destabilizes the medtech space, potentially mirroring the spring of 2020, some executives shared with Medtech Insight their views on what will hopefully be a bumper year for the sector.
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