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UK govt developing metrics for uptake of cost-effective devices

This article was originally published in RAJ Devices

Executive Summary

The UK Department of Health is developing a programme that would allow for the sustainable collection of information on the uptake of innovation in medical technology, and is also developing a formula that would establish a baseline for comparative analysis. The information that this metrics programme delivers is expected to play a “valuable role” in encouraging the systematic uptake of medical technologies, says a new report by the Office for Life Sciences1,2.

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