Generic Devices – It’s about Distribution

Stephen Lichtenthal via Ryortho.com • Wed, May 28th, 2014  The idea of generic orthopedic medical devices pertains more to a supply chain model rather than copying designs of existing devices. Furthermore, truly generic implants (defined as being an identical copy of an existing implant) and proprietary, high-value implants provide similar discounts through the modified supply […]

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One Procedure, One Price.™

Innovation in healthcare is a pretty big deal.  Few other industries can claim that lives are truly saved or made better by innovation.  However, how do we measure innovation?  Regardless of how innovative a new therapy’s design is, is it worth its cost to develop?  How and when will we know that the price tag […]

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