Australia's medtech impact study enters data evaluation phase
This article was originally published in Clinica
Australia's study into the impact of advances in medical technology on healthcare spending closes on November 30. A call for contributions was made at the end of August, in a project set up by the Australian government productivity commission that aims to improve the level of understanding about the relationship between medtech advances, health outcomes and health expenditures among governments and other healthcare stakeholders.
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