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“The Context for Medical Product Innovation.” Redirecting Innovation in U.S. Health Care: Options to Decrease Spending and Increase Value, by Steven Garber et al., RAND Corporation, SANTA MONICA, CA; WASHINGTON, DC; PITTSBURGH, PA; NEW ORLEANS, LA; JACKSON, MS; BOSTON, MA; CAMBRIDGE, UK; BRUSSELS, BE, 2014, pp. 7–20, www.jstor.org/stable/10.7249/j.ctt6wq8jv.9. Accessed 6 June 2020.
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Garber, S., Gates, S., Keeler, E., Vaiana, M., Mulcahy, A., Lau, C., & Kellermann, A. (2014). The Context for Medical Product Innovation. In Redirecting Innovation in U.S. Health Care: Options to Decrease Spending and Increase Value (pp. 7-20). SANTA MONICA, CA; WASHINGTON, DC; PITTSBURGH, PA; NEW ORLEANS, LA; JACKSON, MS; BOSTON, MA; CAMBRIDGE, UK; BRUSSELS, BE: RAND Corporation. Retrieved June 6, 2020, from www.jstor.org/stable/10.7249/j.ctt6wq8jv.9
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Garber, Steven, Susan M. Gates, Emmett B. Keeler, Mary E. Vaiana, Andrew W. Mulcahy, Christopher Lau, and Arthur L. Kellermann. "The Context for Medical Product Innovation." In Redirecting Innovation in U.S. Health Care: Options to Decrease Spending and Increase Value, 7-20. SANTA MONICA, CA; WASHINGTON, DC; PITTSBURGH, PA; NEW ORLEANS, LA; JACKSON, MS; BOSTON, MA; CAMBRIDGE, UK; BRUSSELS, BE: RAND Corporation, 2014. Accessed June 6, 2020. www.jstor.org/stable/10.7249/j.ctt6wq8jv.9.

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