Improving healthcare by means of new technological developments? We need to change the entire approach for evaluating the true impact , says Maroeska Rovers. By bringing together all stakeholders from the beginning, millions of euros can be saved.Last Wednesday Maroeska Rovers was one of the speakers of the series 'De nieuwe mens'. It is an initiative of the Radboudumc and LUX in Nijmegen. This time the central question was: How do we keep new technology affordable?
Read more in de Gelderlander (in Dutch).
Maroeska Rovers is member of theme Urological cancers.
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