Note: This webinar took place on 26 September 2017. You can find a video recording and the presentations used during the webinar below. Webinar introduction Increasingly, patient advocates take part in HTA processes across Europe, which is also encouraged by the recommendations of Health Technology Assessment International. This webinar discusses the experience of patient advocates in HTA…Read more
Health Technology Assessment
The European Patients’ Academy (EUPATI) guidance document on patient involvement in HTA aims to support the integration of patient involvement across the entire process.
The starter kits provide you with links to relevant background reading in the toolbox and associated PowerPoint slide decks and media in order to prepare a single or multi-day training on patient involvement in health technology assessment
Health-related Quality of Life (HRQoL) measures provide important information about the added value of a health technology and are often used to support decision-making in Health Technology Assessment (HTA) processes.
Patient involvement in the HTA decision-making process is important and can take place in many ways in several different areas.
Both quantitative and qualitative research and methods are used in support of Health Technology Assessment (HTA) decision-making.
Examining health system decision-making and HTA: Who makes decisions, how, and why?
Health Technology Assessment (HTA) plays an important role in health systems.
What is health technology assessment? What is health? Explore key definitions and basic concepts in HTA.
In this video, three patient advocates discuss best practices in patient involvement in HTA.