Transnational

Central and Eastern European Society of Technology Assessment in Health Care (CEESTAHC)

The main goal of the Central and Eastern European Society of Technology Assessment in Health Care (CEESTAHC) is to develop standards and methods for producing HTA in Central and Eastern Europe, in order to build an HTA network in this region.

Link to CEESTAHC

European network for Health Technology Assessment (EUnetHTA)

EUnetHTA coordinates the HTA activities of 28 European countries, 25 of which are members of the EU. DACEHTA, the HTA centre of Denmark, is the central coordinating body of this project. The objective of EUnetHTA is to establish an effective, sustainable HTA network in order to support the work of political decision makers.

Link to EUnetHTA

EUnetHTA’s website provides reports in English.

Link to EUnetHTA puplications

Health Evidence Network (HEN)

The Health Evidence Network (HEN) of WHO Europe prepares information for decision makers in the field of public health in Europe. It provides evidence as a resource for policy makers and also actively addresses new themes.

Link to HEN

Health Technology Assessment international (HTAi)

HTAi supports and promotes the development, communication, understanding and use of HTA in health policy decisions. HTAi is an international, independent organisation. Both individuals and organisations may become members of HTAi.

Link to HTAi

International Network of Agencies for Health Technology Assessment (INAHTA)

The International Network of Agencies for Health Technology Assessment (INAHTA) is a non-profit organisation with 46 members from 26 countries, from Northern and Latin America to Europe, Asia and Australasia. All members work on a non-profit basis themselves and provide HTA services to regional or national governments. INAHTA’s mission is to promote information sharing among members and accelerate collaboration among agencies.

Link to INAHTA

INAHTA’s website provides summaries of HTA reports in English.

Link to INAHTA publications

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