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Gain In Procedures For Newly Insured Under Health Reform May Offset Device Tax, Analyst Says

This article was originally published in The Gray Sheet

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A Wells Fargo analysis on the expected increase in device utilization rates based on expanded insurance coverage due to provisions in the Affordable Care Act will offset the financial impacts of the 2.3 percent device excise tax.

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