Demolishing barriers to innovation

Medical devices that could save thousands of lives and reduce NHS spending by millions of pounds are facing significant barriers to finding their way into standard clinical practice. Not only are Trusts missing out on increased efficiency gains but patients are also denied access to technologies that would speed up their recovery and improve outcomes. LOUISE FRAMPTON reports.

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