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Proprietary Medical Device Data Helps Businesses Adapt in the Shifting Healthcare Landscape, Post-Affordable Care Act
Date:2/14/2013

FARMINGTON, Conn., Feb. 14, 2013 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- Global Information (GII), in partnership with Millennium Research Group (MRG), the world's largest provider of medical device market research, are pleased to announce immediate availability of new, actionable analytics and insightful data for experts, from experts. With over 10 years of experience helping medtech companies gain ground, MRG collaborates with industry experts, medical professionals and healthcare executives to provide clients with the benefits of its specialized market expertise through syndicated reports. Based on an expansive library of in-house data including proprietary market databases and industry interviews, the reports provide insights and opinions generated from over 30,000 end-users each year, in-depth top-down and bottom-up analysis, and also includes presentation-ready tables and graphics.

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Together, GII and MRG provide a trusted platform for medical device companies to gain unparalleled access to the healthcare data they need against a fluctuating regulatory environment shrouded in uncertainty. As the US government implements the Affordable Care Act and tries to tighten its belt on healthcare spending, the focus on choosing products and procedures will shift to those that balance cost and clinical outcomes most effectively. How will the healthcare system balance cost-minimizing initiatives with a growing population of people demanding more medical devices? Achieving the right balance between cost minimization and value-added innovation will be critical in the next decade.

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