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Is the restructuring a good or bad move?

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Eye opening, indeed. It's clear that Mazor wasn't handling cases and adverse events the way they should have, How is Medtronic handling these events differently? There has to be a concern for the patient and it does seem that Mazor could not be bothered.

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Or maybe we are starting to see more adverse events with Mazor because of the quality of reps they are hiring and the lack of training. Medtronic better address this soon...

Where did you hear or read about adverse events with Mazor?

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Maybe Medtronic can hire some more experienced reps for Mazor instead of the fresh meat who barely know how to put their name badge on the right way.

Or maybe we are starting to see more adverse events with Mazor because of the quality of reps they are hiring and the lack of training. Medtronic better address this soon...

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I found this about layoffs in RTG. Outside of Spine, the rest of RTG is doing great. Omar is pushing the Mazor story to cover up the rest of Spine's lackluster business. I've also heard Mazor's corporate employees are on the clock.

Maybe Medtronic can hire some more experienced reps for Mazor instead of the fresh meat who barely know how to put their name badge on the right way.

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How about the rest of RTG? Layoffs over the summer in any of the divisions?

I found this about layoffs in RTG. Outside of Spine, the rest of RTG is doing great. Omar is pushing the Mazor story to cover up the rest of Spine's lackluster business. I've also heard Mazor's corporate employees are on the clock.

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Any feedback from NASS about booth traffic or surgeon response to new products, including the new Mazor with Stealth?

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How about the rest of RTG? Layoffs over the summer in any of the divisions?

Big restructuring happening but no intel. Help!?!

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Neuromodulation is a bright spot within RTG. Great new product and pipeline.

How about the rest of RTG? Layoffs over the summer in any of the divisions?

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Are there any MDT neuromod reps left? I thought they were all at Nevro..

No. Nevro fired them all and they're now trying to get their old jobs back.

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Neuromodulation is a bright spot within RTG. Great new product and pipeline.

Are there any MDT neuromod reps left? I thought they were all at Nevro..

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RTG is F'd. Over half of the $250 million sales cut because of Puerto Rico came from RTG. Only way to fix this mess is layoffs. Where do they start though?

Neuromodulation is a bright spot within RTG. Great new product and pipeline.

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RTG is F'd. Over half of the $250 million sales cut because of Puerto Rico came from RTG. Only way to fix this mess is layoffs. Where do they start though?

Possibly you first.

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