New intra-DRG list of medical devices published in France

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May 2022

Certain medical devices are financed within the DRG tariff but require explicit review of clinical evidence by the National Commission for the Evaluation of Medical Devices and Health Technologies (CNEDiMTS) to ensure that they are safe and effective. This mechanism is called “within-DRG (intra-DRG) coverage”. The mechanism is applicable to particularly invasive devices. Only devices listed in the intra-DRG list can be purchased by hospitals.

On March 31, 2022, the updated intra-DRG list was published. It includes the modifications of registration conditions for several devices included in the list. No new devices were added to the list.

More details can be found in French here.

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