‘Case For Quality’ Aims To Place Greater Device Purchasing Power In Hospitals’ Hands
Hospitals should have greater assurance when buying medical devices that the products they’re purchasing are of gold-standard quality, according to a “Case for Quality” report from the Medical Device Innovation Consortium. An MDIC working group wrote the report, which gleaned its quality data from publicly available information on knee implants and ICDs. Also, a Q&A with Dwight Abouhalkah, MDIC’s program manager for Case for Quality.
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