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New hospital purchasing guidelines in Germany could force medtech companies to rethink traditional strategies

This article was originally published in Clinica

Executive Summary

The German market for medical devices is by no means as open to innovation as it was a few years ago. The criteria for paying for treatment by health insurers have been expanded to include cost-efficiency although the evaluation formulae have not yet been established. But, say consultants Hans-Jurgen Wildau and Bernd Grohs, potentially expensive outlays for developing innovative medical products can be reduced by integrating partners from different healthcare sectors early on.

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