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UK Medtech Market Access: More About Mindset Than The Money

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The journey from medtech concept to implementation is long and slow, and new ideas often don’t make it all the way to manufacturing and approval. But when they do, what is needed is a system that guarantees adoption and usage of those proven, innovative solutions that clear the many hurdles en route to clinical practice.

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