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UK On Cusp Of Value-Based Procurement With NHS Future Operating Model Going Live

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The UK's complex system of procuring medical technology for use in the National Health Service is being simplified. A new system will go live on May 8 under the Future Operating Model (FOM), an initiative that prioritizes outcomes-based rationales and allows for gain-sharing, while also targeting annual NHS savings. At this early stage, the device industry and health-care providers are both displaying a mix of optimism and skepticism.

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