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Bringing The Clinician's Rationale Into The Heart Of Strategic Decision-Making At Boston Scientific

Executive Summary

Boston Scientific Corp. has been back on the M&A trail in a big way in 2018, with a succession of strategic additions of various sizes that all have potential patient and shareholder impact across – and beyond – its established divisions. Chief medical officer of 18 months Ian Meredith explains the thought processes driving this policy, and the added dimension a CMO can bring to the overall question of strategy.

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