Health Notes: Phrazer manufacturer visits the White House
The founder of a Duluth company was at the White House on Tuesday to talk about health care.
Mat M.K. Johnson, CEO of GeaCom, was among a small group of business leaders who were invited to brief administration and Department of Health and Human Services officials on ways to encourage innovation and the use of new technologies in health care, according to a GeaCom news release.
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