Device tax will be more costly than initially projected

03/26/2012 | MassDevice.com (Boston)

Medical device firms will need to divert staff and hire experts to manage the impending 2.3% device tax, suggesting the levy will be more costly than projected, industry officials say. Smaller med tech companies aren't likely to have the resources to meet this demand, Cook Medical Chairman Stephen Ferguson said.

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