Presidential Candidates Offer Views on Medical Device Tax

October 21, 2016

If Donald Trump wins the presidential election next month, his administration would reportedly repeal the medical device tax, former Health & Human Services Department Secretary Tommy Thompson said this week at the annual AdvaMed conference in Minneapolis.


A representative from the campaign of opponent Hillary Clinton, Aneesh Chopra, said Clinton does not have a comment one way or another, but "has a long history of negotiating with Congress to move her priorities forward, and everything will be considered while she and her transition team determine how to pass healthcare legislation in 2017 and beyond," Bloomberg reported. 


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