Harvard experts call for reduced medical device spending

08/30/2011 | MassDevice.com (Boston)

Harvard researchers claim that reducing doctors' spending on medical devices, instead of cutting Medicaid and Medicare budgets, could help control health care costs. A recent report from industry group AdvaMed, however, indicated that medical device costs have barely budged at 1% a year on average, which is slower than the national rate of 2.8%.

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