The journal Health Affairs plans a discussion on potential reforms in the medical device market during a briefing scheduled for 9 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. ET Monday, Nov. 10, at the National Press Club, Washington. Participants include David Nexon, senior executive vice president of AdvaMed; Jeffrey Lerner, president and chief executive officer of the ECRI Institute; and Hal Singer, president of the consulting firm Empiris.
Discussion on reform of device market
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