What Makes The Ideal Registry? Focus, Transparency, Versatility, Groups Say
This article was originally published in The Gray Sheet
A report from Pew, the Blue Cross Blue Shield Association and Cornell researchers argues that a stronger system of medical device registries is needed in the U.S., but it also readily acknowledges the limits of registries and, in particular, the fact that they can be very resource intensive.
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