Future Proofing HTA: How Systems Must Adapt To AI And Digital Medtech
Artificial intelligence is a major advancement in medtech due to its ability to rapidly adapt, improve and learn. However, value assessment models must also reform to keep up with this technology in the medtech space, an HTA expert told Medtech Insight.
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