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Superiority Standard? Groups Bristle At CMS’ Transcatheter Valve Trial Proposal

This article was originally published in The Gray Sheet

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Some worry that a provision in CMS’ proposed national coverage decision for transcatheter aortic valve replacement devices, which restricts coverage for off-label indications to trials designed to show superiority, signals the agency’s intent to play a more active role in dictating trial designs.

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