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Trump's Sights Set On Payers And Pharmas, But Medtechs Must Not Be Complacent

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It's been a big month for plans intended to shape the future of health care in the US, with the Trump Administration showcasing its ACA replacement bill and issuing budget proposals. At this stage, it's hard to peg winners and losers and although the focus is squarely on insurance, the medtech sector should guard against complacency, says ZS Associates' Brian Chapman.

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