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8 orthopedic, spine device companies who spent the most on non-research payments to Florida physicians – Zimmer Biomet leads with $4.473M Featured

Written by  Mackenzie Garrity | Tuesday, 14 November 2017 18:38
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Here are eight orthopedic and spine device companies who spend the most on non-research payments to Florida physicians, according to the Orlando Business Journal.

1. Zimmer Biomet – $4,473,263

 

2. Intuitive Surgical – $4,074,469

 

3. Stryker – $3,986,854

 

4. Smith & Nephew – $3,321,919

 

5. Medtronic – $3,166,438

 

6. DePuy Synthes – $3,005,904

 

7. Nuvasive – $2,504,982

 

8. Exactech – $1,484,579

 

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