News | March 12, 2009

Medical Device Reimbursement Strategy Workshops Currently Accepting Registration

March 12, 2009 – Today, FDAnews and the Neocure Group revealed details today of the upcoming Medical Device Reimbursement Strategies Workshops, which will be held in Boston (April 30-May 1) and Minneapolis (August 24-25).

The workshop features face-to-face access with Randel Richner, an expert in comparative effectiveness and a veteran of Boston Scientific and GlaxoSmithKline, and her real-world medical device reimbursement strategies.

This is the one workshop that aims to deliver — even with changes coming from the Obama Administration — proven reimbursement tips and tactics, including:m ost common mistakes companies make in applying for new codes and payment rates (and how to avoid them), ways the new Medicare reorganization will affect your coverage, why marketing can help (or hurt) your chance of reimbursement success, how value-based purchasing and quality reporting impact your device sales and the role you should be playing in health technology assessments.

For more information: www.mdrs09.com

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