Carter Wants More Data From “Vital” UK Medtech Industry
This article was originally published in Clinica
New models of NHS care, new science, the medtech industry’s role in the transformation of UK care delivery, faster clinician access to innovations, and Lord Carter’s pursuit of NHS cost efficiencies in procurement, staffing and other areas. These were the key themes aired at last week’s ABHI UK Market Conference 2015, in central London.
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