Gallup has a new poll that medtech should care about
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by MassDevice Fewer Americans are worried about going to the doctor amid the COVID-19 pandemic, according to a new online poll from Gallup. The poll provides good news for the medical device industry as it seeks to recover from a dropoff in elective procedures — and even procedures that people need — as hospitals focus on treating people suffering from the coronavirus. Gallup found 22% of Americans during the May 14–24 time period were very concerned about COVID-19 exposure d
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MD+DI's annual MedTech Salary Survey - 2016
Medtech is a healthy industry overall, but some areas of the business are expected to flourish rapidly.
MD+DI's annual MedTech Salary Survey - 2015
Recruiters say demand for qualified job candidates is outstripping supply in the medical device and diagnostic industry.
MD+DI's annual MedTech Salary Survey - 2014
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MD+DI's annual MedTech Salary Survey - 2013
found that staffing and compensation levels rose this year, but it's too soon to call it a trend. #MedTechExecutiveSearch #MedicalDeviceSalaries
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