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Germany's New High-Risk Assessment Medtech Scheme Off To Slow Start

Executive Summary

Germany's new testing and treatment methods (NUBs) scheme for assessing benefit in high-risk products for inpatient use recently processed its first batch of applications. But, as with its longer-established outpatient products counterpart, it does not seem to be an instant success, says German reimbursement expert Ben Modley.

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