3 Vital Considerations For Medtechs Mulling A Hospital Partnership
3 Vital Considerations For Medtechs Mulling A Hospital Partnership

Each medtech company must consider carefully how its products and services fit its customers’ needs. Some may pursue (or continue) a category-killer approach, and dominate a narrow channel. Others may choose to be market disrupters and produce game-changing technologies. Most of today’s medtech companies have taken a blended approach, but the opportunities to partner with providers in the new outcomes-based healthcare paradigm are enticing.

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