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German Industry Is Winning Medtech Aids Quality Battle, If Slowly

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The price versus quality standoff surrounding the supply of medtech aids and assistive-care products prescribed in the German primary- and ambulatory-care settings goes on. A ban on tenders, which can imbalance the market with large supplies of lower-quality imports, has soothed industry’s frustrations, but the battle is not over yet. 

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