Payors' Evolving Demand for Evidence Clouds Reimbursement Outlook for Dx Shops, HHS Says | GenomeWeb
An increasing number of payor requirements seeking proof from diagnostic developers that their products have clinical utility will likely create a more difficult reimbursement environment, a recent Health and Human Services report suggests.
 
According to a Roche official, payors are holding Dx developers to the same evidence standards as pharmaceutical companies, which may end up hindering the development of innovative tests.  
 

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