All About Value – Olympus Medical Gets To Feel The NICE Effect
The UK NICE HTA process can have a positive effect on medical device businesses even before a positive decision is made. That is the experience of surgery products innovator Olympus Medical Systems, a top-30 company globally that is laying down a marker in its approach to clinical and cost effectiveness.
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