Academy Health | February 4, 2008 James C. Robinson, Editor-in-Chief, Health Affairs. Pursuing Value for Medical Devices . Taken from the headlines…. Boston Scientific and Consultant Settle a Lawsuit New York Times, November 17, 2007.
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Boston Scientific and Consultant Settle a Lawsuit
New York Times, November 17, 2007
Fewer Stents Implanted in June, Signaling Impact of New StudiesWall Street Journal, July 20, 2007
Medtronic, Again Questioned Over Payments to Doctors, Is Subject of Senator’s InquiryNew York Times, September 27, 2007
Orthopedic-Device Firms Show Millions Paid to ConsultantsWall Street Journal, November 1, 2007
Device firm’s invoice statement:
Acceptance of this invoice and all information contained in this invoice by the recipient and its employees reflects agreement to treat this invoice and all information contained in this invoice as confidential, use only for the purposes of payment, and not release to any third party without written consent.
Orthopedic Network News, October 2007.
I. Supply Chain Management:
II. Physician relationships
III. Service lines (ortho, spine, cardiac)
Short term opportunities
Longer term opportunities:
Will device firms come to see hospitals and
health plans as customers, in
addition to surgeons and patients?