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New FDA medical device rule imposes minimal burden on hospitals: facilities able to scan unique device identifiers will benefit

New FDA medical device rule imposes minimal burden on hospitals: facilities able to scan unique device identifiers will benefit

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New FDA rules on medical devices shouldn't be a burden for hospitals that can scan unique device identifiers.

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