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Medical Device Reimbursement Integration: A Better Approach for Commercial Success
Devicemakers often take a step approach to commercialization: you develop your medical device, get it approved, and then determine a reimbursement policy. That’s not best practice any more.
A better way is to start early, developing your device with reimbursement considerations from the moment you start planning. There’s a name for it — “reimbursement integration.” This presentation will tell you how to execute it ... and avoid the many pitfalls of the step approach.
Presenter Tim Hunter has 20 years’ experience analyzing new and emerging technologies to get the most out of FDA submission and approval processes. Prepare to discover:
No point wasting money on outmoded reimbursement techniques. Cut those costs — and maybe even get greater reimbursement — by integrating reimbursement at the start of the new-device process.
Tim Hunter has 20 years of experience analyzing new and emerging technologies from a reimbursement perspective. He incorporates an understanding of FDA submission and approval processes, and clinical trial development and management, to design reimbursement strategies that maximize collection of meaningful evidence within clients’ budgets.
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