The benefits of intraoperative MR Q&A with Dr. John Huston

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The benefits of intraoperative MR Q&A with Dr. John Huston

por Lauren Dubinsky , Senior Reporter
From the April 2019 issue of DOTmed HealthCare Business News magazine


But there are obstacles. For instance, focused ultrasound is an effective way to treat uterine fibroids, however, because of limited reimbursement it is not widely available. If medicine changes from fee-for-service to a more population-based, managed environment, then we could well migrate to those treatments that are less costly such as image-guided and MR-guided procedures.

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