DEVICE COST-EFFECTIVENESS DATA CAN SPEED MEDICARE COVERAGE DECISIONS, HCFA STAFFER ACKNOWLEDGES; PROVIDING LIST OF EXPERTS IN TECHNOLOGY ALSO "VERY HELPFUL"
This article was originally published in The Gray Sheet
Medical device cost-effectiveness data can speed up Medicare coverage decisions by the Health Care Financing Administration, Grant Bagley, HCFA director of coverage and analysis for clinical standards and quality, said Oct. 28 at a Health Industry Manufacturers Association meeting in Washington, D.C.
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