The West Health Institute: Is This What the Future of Health Care Looks Like?
Philanthropists Gary and Mary West have launched an effort to find a solution to out-of-control health care costs. Led by two former medical device executives, the West Health Institute is trying to usher in a new, more efficient health care delivery system that will have enormous implications for medtech companies.
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