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5th Annual European Medical Device & Diagnostic Reimbursement & Market Access Conference

03 Feb 2014 - 04 Feb 2014 - Frankfurt, Germany



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As health authorities across Europe continue to cut budgets and work to reduce spending on healthcare, medical device and diagnostic manufacturers must develop concise and effective methods for communicating product value in order to ensure continued funding and support of new and existing product lines.  With healthcare payers throughout the continent continuing to reduce spending, and evaluating purchases with tremendous rigor, both device and diagnostic manufacturers have found a need to re-analyze their market access strategies, focusing on providing more in-depth economic data to support funding. Taking into account this shift in priority, the 5th Annual Device & Diagnostic Reimbursement & Market Access conference will provide attendees with an opportunity to discuss and debate the changes taking place across Europe, and how as an industry they can come together to overcome funding and access hurdles to ultimately bring new products and technologies to the market




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