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Subject: 5 medtech disruptors that could cost $34B | What are the most interesting issues facing spine surgeons? | Stryker net sales drop 44%, but are looks deceiving? | How reducing healthcare affects economic growth
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Oct. 21, 2014
Today's Top Stories
1. 5 disruptors that could cost the medical device industry $34B  Full story    

2. What are the most interesting issues for spine surgeons today? Send responses to Laura Dyrda at
3. Stryker's destiny: Net sales drop 44%, but are looks deceiving? Full story

4. How reducing healthcare affects economic growth: 4 things to know Full story

5. Does the microscope make a difference in spine surgery? 3 key findings Full story

6. Barnes-Jewish Hospital becomes InVivo Therapeutics neuro-spinal implant clinical trial center
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7. Medtronic introduces new interbody spinal fusion devices Full story 


8. Is your physician compensation plan aligned with value-based reimbursement? Full story

9. What causes a merger to be challenged by the FTC? Full story
10. Stark Law, Anti-Kickback waivers extended for ACOs Full story  


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