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Economics Will Drive The Evolution Of The Medical Device Industry

Executive Summary

There has been a fundamental structural shift in the US medical device industry; economics are the driving force as early-stage financing has dried up, reimbursements have been steadily reduced and hospitals and clinics are forced to operate more efficiently. Technology Commercialization Group (TCG) looks at these changes and the implications for both large and small companies.

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