Paying For New Technologies – National Healthcare Perspective


Presented by Joel Brill, MD at the SAGES 2014 Meeting; Symposium: Ethics of Innovation

disclosures–19 sec
critical milestones in development–1:28
how does a new item or service fit into the U.S. healthcare system?–2:19
reimbursement trends–2:50
fee-for-service vs fee-for-value–

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