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Top Device Research Payments: PARTNER II, Cardio, Neuro, Dx Device Trials Highest In 2014

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Executive Summary

The transcatheter aortic valve PARTNER II study, several stent trials, and studies looking at diagnostic tools and neurological devices dominated the top ten trials by total payment to clinical investigators in 2014, according to an analysis of CMS' Open Payments database.

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