US hospitals’ need for medtech purchase help may signal end of economic woes
This article was originally published in Clinica
An organisation that provides procurement support to 2,000 US hospitals has seen a “significant increase” in requests for support in acquiring medical technology. The ECRI Institute interprets the trend as “a strong signal that the economy may be improving”.
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