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Posted by John Lehmann on Wed, Mar 04, 2015

Will Outcomes Research Make or Break Device Companies?

Outcomes research can be defined as “the study of the end results of health services that takes patients' experiences, preferences, and values into account—is intended to provide scientific evidence relating to decisions made by all who participate in health care.” Recently, the push has been for greater emphasis on outcomes and a new joint effort is a giant boost in this direction.

Topics: Outcomes Research, SharedClarity, Medical Device Industry

Posted by John Lehmann on Wed, Mar 04, 2015

Will Outcomes Research Make or Break Device Companies?

Outcomes research can be defined as “the study of the end results of health services that takes patients' experiences, preferences, and values into account—is intended to provide scientific evidence relating to decisions made by all who participate in health care.” Recently, the push has been for greater emphasis on outcomes and a new joint effort is a giant boost in this direction.

Topics: Medical Devices, Outcomes Research, SharedClarity, MD+DI

Posted by Brandy Chittester on Wed, Mar 04, 2015

Will Outcomes Research Make or Break Device Companies?

Outcomes research can be defined as “the study of the end results of health services that takes patients' experiences, preferences, and values into account—is intended to provide scientific evidence relating to decisions made by all who participate in health care.” Recently, the push has been for greater emphasis on outcomes and a new joint effort is a giant boost in this direction.

Topics: Outcomes Research, SharedClarity, Medical Device Companies, MD+DI

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