“High Risk Device Registries: Global Value, Costs, and Sustainable Funding.”
4 monthes ago - By Journal of Plastic, Reconstructive & Aesthetic Surgery
Well-designed implant registries have been shown to be a worthwhile investment, from both a health and economic perspective. However, many registries do not attain desirable capture rates or lack sufficient funding, potentially leading to premature termination. This study aims to provide information about rarely discussed, yet pivotal topics regarding the long-term survival of implant registries, focusing on costs, funding models, and the role of stakeholders.
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