Danish industry unimpressed by medtech appraisal strategy
This article was originally published in Clinica
The Danish State Institute for Health Technology Assessment (MTV-Instituttet) strategy document for the years 2001-2003 has failed to impress the national industry association for medical devices. Ditte Norgaard-Andersen from the Danish Medical Device Association (DMDA) said: "I find it without vision - a lot of hot air. What we really need is a proper co-ordination of all national initiatives."
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