Medtech industry not to blame for rising healthcare costs, US study suggests
This article was originally published in Clinica
Medical devices accounted for an average 6% of total health expenditure in the US for the past two decades with little variation; in addition, the prices of these products have only increased an average of 1%, less than that of consumer inflation.
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