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Tamra Fraughton has been awarded a 2015 GE Healthcare Surgery President's Award.
Tamra developed a new, statistically valid procedure for trending product complaints and conducted data analyses to demonstrate effectiveness of actions taken to keep products operating safely. These efforts together made a significant impact and were crucial to our goal of continuous business improvement. Congratulations, Tamra!
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