Device Firms Eye Rocketing Pay-For-Performance Insurance Plans Warily
This article was originally published in The Gray Sheet
Industry group AdvaMed says it is concerned a rapid shift toward pay-for performance and financial risk-sharing models by commercial insurers will discourage providers from giving patients newer devices and could stifle innovation.
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