Tag Archives: Health Technology Assessment

Europe: EMA and EUnetHTA Agree Three-Year Work Plan

By Leela Barham. Collaboration seems to be ‘in’ thing and it’s set to continue in Europe with the European Medicines Agency (EMA) and EUnetHTA agreeing a three-year joint work plan.
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EU Pins Hopes on HTA Network for Consensus on Value

The European Union’s proposed health technology assessment network to encourage “cooperation and exchange of scientific information among member states” is a significant step, says Reflector. But, as far as standardizing an approach to value is concerned, will it be a damp squib?
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Europe: Into the HTA Fray

Reflector finds some surprising common ground in what should be two very different HTA reports. Just like with buses, you wait for ages for an international review of health technology assessment to come along, then two turn up at once.
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