Medtechs Must Partner With US Providers As Outcomes Revolution Ramps Up
US hospitals have suddenly started to care economically about the episodes of care that patients receive – an adjustment that requires medtech companies to adapt accordingly. So says ZS Associates in a new report about how companies need to work in step with providers as the transition to outcomes-based care accelerates.
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