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Accounting for Future Price Reductions Caused by Increasing Adoption of Medical Devices: Impact on HTAs

ISPOR announced the publication of a report in the September/October issue of Value in Health detailing a new modeling approach that explores the health technology assessment impact of future medical-technology price reductions that are caused by increased adoption and use of these technologies.
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