Walter E. Washington Convention Center
WASHINGTON, Oct. 19 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- A photo of CBS News Anchor Katie Couric and Jonathan LaPook, Chief Medical Correspondent, is now available to accompany this story.
Nearly 1,700 leaders of the medical technology industry will meet in Washington to discuss innovation, global trade, policy and finance during this year's AdvaMed 2010: The MedTech Conference, the leading conference and exhibition for device and diagnostics companies. The result is a highly impactful, up-to-date conversation on the latest trends and challenges these companies face – featuring government leaders such as FDA Commissioner Margaret Hamburg, CMS Administrator Donald Berwick, U.S. Commerce Secretary Gary Locke and Rep. Erik Paulsen, CEOs from local and global companies and other industry stakeholders. Innovation alley and company presentations also will feature cutting edge technologies. There are more than 7,000 medical device companies in the U.S.
Caption: CBS News Anchor Katie Couric and Jonathan LaPook, Chief Medical Correspondent address more than 1600 medical technology leaders at AdvaMed 2010: The MedTech Conference in Washington, D.C.
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