Accelerated Approval For Medicare Coverage? FDA Model Could Be Useful For Value-Based Agreements
Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Innovation could enable outcomes-based contracting for novel, 'curative' therapies follow something like the FDA’s Accelerated Approval model, former top HHS official suggests.
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