Cures 2.0 Would Circumvent CMS’ Pause On Breakthrough Payment Rule, Improve Telehealth, And More
A new medical research bill proposed by US lawmakers would push through a delayed but highly anticipated CMS policy requiring payment for breakthrough devices.
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Digital Health Roundup, June 2021: Winners In Record-Breaking H1 Digital Health Funding; ADA 2021; Telehealth Update
In this roundup feature focusing on the developments in digital health, we highlight the key news and announcements from June.