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Medicare Will Look To Informal Pathways For Faster Medtech Reimbursement

Executive Summary

The US Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services has withdrawn efforts on a proposed rule to offer faster Medicare reimbursement to novel devices, but the agency still plans to work on different approaches to provide "timely patient access" to device innovations, a spokeswoman said. AdvaMed says it is disappointed by CMS's decision to withdraw the rule after a 10-month review by the Office of Management and Budget.


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