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Medical device giant Stryker is at the center of an investigation in Poland where the company is accused of a bribery scheme spanning around 100 individuals and more than 50 hospitals.
2013 looks to be a challenging year for medical device makers, with muted growth for the big players, longer roads to profitability for the smaller players and pricing and reimbursement pressures remaining stable at best, according to Leerink Swann analysts.
MassDevice.com looks at the internet chatter surrounding the medical device industry with some of most searched-for companies of 2012.
As congress reaches a last minute compromise on the so-called "fiscal cliff," the medical device industry says the fight to repeal 2.3% excise tax will continue.
New Accuray president & CEO Joshua Levine plans to cut about 13% of the company’s workers in efforts to execute a "strategic transformation" that will save the company about $40 million per year.
Medical devices made a lot of headlines in 2012, and the word "layoffs" was in many of them.
With a new Congress comes another crack at repeal of the medical device tax in the House of Representatives.