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2019 Medical Device Industry Outlook: Get a Clearer View

Summary

Avalere experts hosted a lively discussion on the 2019 outlook for the medical device industry.

Avalere Health presented an in-depth view of key trends that will shape the medical device industry in 2019. Avalere experts discussed the issues facing medical device companies and how to prepare for them.

  • Reimbursement trends and regulatory approval for devices and diagnostics
  • Alternative payment models to drive value, including BPCI Advanced
  • Leveraging real-world data
  • Increasing role of digital health and patient engagement

Panelists

Moderator
Kristi Mitchell , Practice Director, Center for Healthcare Transformation

Kristi Mitchell leads client engagements involving the use of clinical data for strategic decision-making across multiple industries, including life sciences, health plans, and professional societies.

Speaker
John Feore , Associate Principal, Center for Healthcare Transformation

John Feore advises healthcare providers, plans, and life sciences companies on the transformation of the healthcare system.

Speaker
Jay Jackson , Associate Principal, Commercialization and Regulatory Strategy

Jay Jackson conducts evidence-based assessments of the regulatory and policy environments for approval of and market access for medical products.

Speaker
Amy Palatiello , Principal, Commercialization and Regulatory Strategy

Amy Thornton Palatiello advises clients on reimbursement and product commercialization for medical devices, diagnostics, and pharmaceuticals with a focus on the impact of regulatory and legislative changes related to Medicare payment policy.

Speaker
Christie Teigland , Principal, Health Economics and Advanced Analytics

Christie Teigland, PhD, leads the design and implementation of studies focused on comparative effectiveness, predictive analytics, and performance measure development and testing.

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