Factory Reimbursement launches new research and reporting service for medical device companies

Factory Reimbursement announced today that it launched a new low-cost research and reporting service for medical device companies that wish to market and sell products in Europe.  Manufacturers of medical devices and importers can now purchase customized reports that explain the intricacies of obtaining insurance reimbursement for their particular product, specific to the markets in which they hope to sell.  These reports are in addition to Factory’s broader reimbursement reports and database.  All are available through the website http://www.factory-reimbursement.com.

“Quick access to this detailed regulatory data and reimbursement timelines will help any medical device manufacturer plan a more efficient entry into Europe”

European reimbursement of medical devices has been an obstacle for manufacturers and marketers because the process varies from country to country – and even within different regions of the same country.

Besides the new customized reports, www.factory-reimbursement.com also allows manufacturers of medical devices instantly access to a complete database of reimbursement and regulatory data by country plus a ready-to-purchase catalog of country-specific Reimbursement Reports. Formerly known as the Jacoti Reports, the available data spans 15 European Union countries and is updated each year by Factory Reimbursement’s team of expert researchers.  Factory-Reimbursement.com is the only place you will find the original Jacoti reports, and the best place for the most current information.

“Rather than hiring an expensive consultant to handle reimbursement, medical device manufacturers can now get all the answers they need to do it themselves, for about €1,000 for the major European countries. This detailed information can save a manufacturer weeks or months of delay, and thousands of dollars of consultant fees,” says Joris Bannenberg, COO of Factory Reimbursement.

The www.factory-reimbursement.com site contains detailed data aggregated from Austria, Belgium, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Italy, Norway, Poland, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, The Czech Republic, The Netherlands, and The United Kingdom. “Quick access to this detailed regulatory data and reimbursement timelines will help any medical device manufacturer plan a more efficient entry into Europe,” adds Bannenberg.

SOURCE Factory Reimbursement

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