1.- EUnetHTA: http://www.eunethta.eu/
2.- HTAi (Health Technology Assessment International: http://www.htai.org/
3.- INHATA (International Network of Agencies for Health Technology Assessment): http://www.inahta.org/
REDES. PROYECTOS EUROPEOS DE INVESTIGACIÓN
Socios:EuSANH // DISMEVAL // EUnetHTA JA
EVALUACIÓN DE TECNOLOGÍAS SANITARIAS
EUnetHTA was established to create an effective and sustainable network for HTA across Europe – we work together to help developing reliable, timely, transparent and transferable information to contribute to HTAs in European countries.
EUnetHTA Joint Action 3 (2016 - 2020)
Joint Action 3 aims to define and implement a sustainable model for the scientific and technical cooperation on Health Technology Assessment (HTA) in Europe. The voluntary cooperation within and between national and regional HTA Bodies is essential in this joint action.
This joint action will increase the use, quality and efficiency of joint HTA work at European level. EUnetHTA will support evidence-based, sustainable and equitable choices in healthcare and health technologies and support re-use in regional and national HTA reports and activities.
To develop a voluntary, sustainable European Collaboration on HTA, the model focusses on supporting Members States in receiving HTA relevant information that is- objective, reliable, timely, comparable.
The collaborative production of structured HTA core information, including rapid HTA’s will be decentralised, methodologies and production related information and communication technology infrastructure will be finalised as stand alone support network from 2020 onwards.
The EUnetHTA JA3 will build on the lessons, success and products of the earlier EUnetHTA Joint Actions. The EUnetHTA collaboration has grown to 78 organisations from 29 countries. A network of strong partners across Europe working together for better access to health technologies for European citizens.
Assessment international (HTAi) is the global scientific and professional society for all those who produce, use, or encounter HTA. HTAi has members from over 65 countries and embraces all stakeholders, including researchers, agencies, policy makers, industry, academia, health service providers, and patients/consumers. We are the neutral forum for collaboration and the sharing of leading information and expertise.
Our members regularly participate in Meetings, Policy Fora and Interest Groups. HTAi also provides access to a variety of Resources including the International Journal of Technology Assessment in Health Care (IJTAHC).
HTAi is governed by an elected Board of Directors that is supported by an Executive Committee, several Advisory Committees and a Secretariat.
Vision: We are the leading global discussion platform for all stakeholders engaged in the efficient production and use of HTAs in decision-making.
Mission: We support and promote the development, communication, understanding and use of HTA around the world as a scientifically-based and multidisciplinary means of informing decision making on the use of effective technologies and the efficient use of resources in health care.
Values: Service, Collaboration, Professionalism and Integrity, Transparency, Accountability
The International Network of Agencies for Health Technology Assessment
Health care decision making requires the right evidence at the right time. Every day there are new health technologies available that can improve patient outcomes and refine health system efficiency. Health technology assessment (HTA) is a tool to review technologies and provide evidence of the value these technologies can deliver to patients and their families, health system stakeholders, and to society more broadly.
INAHTA is a network of 52 HTA agencies that support health system decision making that affects over 1 billion people in 33 countries around the globe. With more than 2,100 staff and consultants working in the INAHTA network, there are clear benefits to connecting these agencies together to cooperate and share information about producing and disseminating HTA reports for evidence based decision making.
INAHTA serves this purpose.
What is Health Technology Assessment (HTA)?
HTA is the systematic evaluation of the properties and effects of a health technology, addressing the direct and intended effects of this technology, as well as its indirect and unintended consequences, and aimed mainly at informing decision making regarding health technologies. HTA is conducted by interdisciplinary groups that use explicit analytical frameworks drawing on a variety of methods.
A health technology is defined as an intervention that may be used to promote health, to prevent, diagnose or treat acute or chronic disease, or for rehabilitation. Health technologies include pharmaceuticals, devices, procedures and organizational systems used in health care.
INAHTA values collaboration with the international HTA community and broader global health community, and we are proud to collaborate with the following organizations.
In the 21st century, health is a shared responsibility, involving equitable access to essential care and collective defence against transnational threats. WHO is the directing and coordinating authority for health within the United Nations system. It is responsible for providing leadership on global health matters, shaping the health research agenda, setting norms and standards, articulating evidence-based policy options, providing technical support to countries and monitoring and assessing health trends.
New report from WHO: 2015 Report of global survey on Health Technology Assessment by National Authorities
Visit the WHO HTA page
A Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) between INAHTA and the World Health Organization was signed at the INAHTA Annual Meeting 2009 in Singapore.
In 2015, an amendment was added to the MoU, identifying new areas of collaboration aligned with the strategic directions of shared interest between the WHO and INAHTA. The photo above is of Ms. Adriana Velazquez Berumen (WHO) and Dr. Brian O'Rourke (Chair, INAHTA Board) signing the amendment in Oslo, Norway in June 2015.
Health Technology Assessment international (HTAi) is an international professional society focusing specifically on HTA and embracing all those who do and use it, whether in academic institutions, health care facilities, industry, business, the voluntary sector, or government.
HTAi's mission is to provide a key forum for those from the worlds of health care, academia, and business interested in the science, development, and application of HTA. To support and promote the development, communication, understanding, and use of HTA around the world as a means of promoting the introduction of effective innovations and effective use of resources in health care.
A Memorandum of Understanding between INAHTA and HTAi was signed at the HTAi Annual Conference in Montreal, 2008.
HTAi and INAHTA joint statement on Resources for HTA: INAHTA and HTAi Statement_Resources_for_HTA
The Guidelines International Network (G-I-N) is an international not-for-profit association of organisations and individuals involved in the development and use of clinical practice guidelines. It is a Scottish Charity with governance arrangements addressed in its Articles of Association. G-I-N seeks to improve the quality of health care by promoting systematic development of clinical practice guidelines and their application into practice, through supporting international collaboration.
A Memorandum of Understanding between INAHTA and G-I-N has been signed at the INAHTA Annual Meeting in 2009.
The International Information Network on New and Changing Health Technologies (EuroScan) is a collaborative network of HTA agencies for the exchange of information on important emerging new drugs, devices, procedures, processes, and settings in health care. The members of EuroScan aim to establish a permanent network among agencies and organisations in the field of HTA to: 1) Evaluate and exchange information on new and changing technologies; 2) Develop the sources of information used; 3) Develop applied methods for early assessment; and 4) Disseminate information on early identification and assessment activities. All EuroScan members are members of INAHTA.
A Memorandum of Understanding between INAHTA and EuroScan was signed in 2009.
European network for Health Technology Assessment (EUnetHTA) coordinates the efforts of 27 European countries including 24 Member States of the European Union in evaluating health technology in Europe. Initially, the EUnetHTA project is being co-financed by the European Commission (DG Sanco) and contributions from network members. EUnetHTA connects public national/regional HTA agencies, research institutions and health ministries, enabling an effective exchange of information and support to policy decisions by the EU Member States. INAHTA has an Memoranda of Understanding with EUnetHTA signed at the INAHTA Annual Meeting in Bilbao, 2012. Several of INAHTA's, especially European, members participate in EUnetHTA.
A Memorandum of Understanding was signed between EUnetHTA and INAHTA in 2012.
HTAsiaLink is a network to support collaboration between Asian HTA agencies, with a focus on facilitating HTA research by accelerating information and resource sharing and developing an efficient methodology for HTA in the region. Several INAHTA members are also members of HTAsiaLink, and INAHTA participates in regional HTAsiaLink meetings.
A Memoranda of Understanding (MOU) was signed between INAHTA and HTAsiaLink in May 2016. The photos below are of Dr. Jasmine Raoh-Fang Pwu (HTAsiaLink) and Dr. Brian O'Rourke (Chair, INAHTA Board) signing the MOU in Tokyo, Japan.
RedETSA is an HTA network of the Americas with members from 27 countries across North and South America. PAHO is the Secretariat of the Network. Recent activity includes the mapping of HTA capacity in the region and opportunities for further development of human resources in HTA.
A Memoranda of Understanding (MOU) was signed between INAHTA and RedETSA in August 2016.
Agencias de INHATA
ACE – Agency for Care Effectiveness, SINGAPORE
AETSA – Andalusian Agency for Health Technology Assessment, SPAIN
Agenas – The Agency for Regional Healthcare, ITALY
AHRQ – Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality, USA
AHTA – Adelaide Health Technology Assessment, AUSTRALIA
AHTAPol – Agency for Health Technology Assessment in Poland, POLAND
AQuAS – Agència de Qualitat i Avaluació Sanitàries de Catalunya, SPAIN
ASERNIP-S – Australian Safety and Efficacy Register of New Interventional Procedures -Surgical, AUSTRALIA
ASSR – Agenzia Sanitaria e Sociale Regionale (Regional Agency for Health and Social Care), ITALY
AVALIA-T – Galician Agency for Health Technology Assessment, SPAIN
CADTH – Canadian Agency for Drugs and Technologies in Health, CANADA
CDE – Center for Drug Evaluation, Taiwan, REPUBLIC OF CHINA
CEM – Inspection générale de la sécurité sociale (IGSS), Cellule d'expertise médicale, LUXEMBOURG
CENETEC – Centro Nacional de Excelencia Tecnológica en Salud, MEXICO
CONITEC – National Committee for Technology Incorporation, BRAZIL
CMeRC – Charlotte Maxeke Research Consortium, SOUTH AFRICA
DAHTA @ DIMDI – German Agency for HTA at the German Institute for Medical Documentation and Information, GERMANY
DECIT-CGATS – Coordenação Geral de Avaliação de Tecnologias em Saúde – CGATS, Departamento de Ciência e Tecnologia – DECIT, Secretaria de Ciência, Tecnologia e Insumos Estratégicos – SCTIE, BRAZIL
DEFACTUM – Social & Health Services and Labour Market, DENMARK
G-BA – The Federal Joint Committee (Gemeinsamer Bundesausschuss), GERMANY
GÖG – Gesunheit Österreich GmbH, AUSTRIA
HAD-MSP-Uruguay – Health Assessment Division, Ministry of Public Health, URUGUAY
HAS – Haute Autorité de Santé, FRANCE
HCT-NHSRC – Division of Healthcare Technology, National Health Systems Resource Center, New Delhi, INDIA
HealthPACT – Health Policy Advisory Committee on Technology, AUSTRALIA
HIQA – Health Information and Quality Authority, IRELAND
HIS – Healthcare Improvement Scotland, UNITED KINGDOM
HQO – Evidence Development and Standards Branch, CANADA
IACS – Health Sciences Institute in Aragon, SPAIN
IECS – Institute for Clinical Effectiveness and Health Policy, ARGENTINA
IETS – Instituto de Evaluación Tecnológica en Salud, COLOMBIA
IHE – Institute of Health Economics, CANADA
INASanté – National Instance for Accreditation in Health Care, TUNISIA
INESSS – Institut national d'excellence en santé et en services, CANADA
IQWiG – Institut für Qualität und Wirtschaftlichkeit im Gesundheitswesen, GERMANY
KCE – Belgian Health Care Knowledge Centre, BELGIUM
LBI-HTA – Ludwig Boltzmann Institute for Health Technology Assessment, AUSTRIA
MaHTAS – Health Technology Assessment Section, Ministry of Health Malaysia, MALAYSIA
MTU-SFOPH – Medical Technology Unit – Swiss Federal Office of Public Health, SWITZERLAND
NECA – National Evidence-based healthcare Collaborating Agency, KOREA
NIHR – National Institute for Health Research, UNITED KINGDOM
NIPH – Norwegian Institute of Public Health, NORWAY
OSTEBA – Basque Office for Health Technology Assessment, SPAIN
RCHD-CS – Ministry of Public Health of the Republic of Kazakhstan, Republican Centre for Health Development, Centre of Standardization, HTA department, KAZAKHSTAN
SBU – Swedish Agency for Health Technology Assessment and Assessment of Social Services, SWEDEN
UVT – HTA Unit in A. Gemelli Teaching Hospital, ITALY
ZIN – Zorginstituut Nederland, THE NETHERLANDS
ZonMw – The Netherlands Organisation for Health Research and Development, THE NETHERLANDS
OTRAS AGENCIAS DE EVALUACIÓN Y ORGANISMOS RELACIONADOS
Asociación Española de Evaluación de Tecnologías Sanitarias
Fundación Canaria de Investigación de la Salud
Büro für Technikfolgen-Abschätzung. Deutsche Bundestag
British Columbia Office of Health Technology Assessment (BCOHTA)
Centre for Health Economics (CHE). University of York
Harvard Center for Risk Analysis. Economic Evaluation of Medical Technology
Health Economics Research Group (HERG). Brunel University
Health Technology Assessment International (HTAI)
Medizinische Hochshule Hannover. Projekt HTA
Medical Technology & Practice Patterns Institute (MTPPI)
Office of Technology Assessment (OTA; until 1995)
Medical Technology Assessment Unit. University of Nijmegen/ University Hospital Nijmegen St. Radboud
RAND (Research and Development) Organisation
MEDICINA BASADA EN LA EVIDENCIA
UK Centre for Evidence-based Medicine
Critical Appraisal Skills Programme (CASP)
Programa de habilidades en lectura crítica - España (CASPe)
Evidence-based Medicine resources. Ottawa
Clinical Evidence. BMJ
Evidence-based Medicine. Hertfordshire University
Unit for Evidence-based Practice and Policy. Trish Greenhalgh
Web de Rafael Bravo Toledo
BIBLIOTECAS, SERVICIOS DE INFORMACIÓN Y BASES DE DATOS
Biblioteca Nacional de Ciencias de la Salud (BNCS-ISCIII)
Red Informática de Medicina Avanzada
UK NHS Centre for Reviews and Dissemination in Health Care
Database of Abstracs of Reviews of Effectiveness (DARE)
National Health Service Economic Evaluation Database (NHS EED)
Clinical Practice Guidelines. Canadian Medical Association
Cochrane reviews (abstracts)
Centro Cochrane Español
US National Guideline Clearinghouse
US National Library of Medicine
US Health Services/Technology Assessment Texts (HSTAT)
US National Information Center on Health Services Research and Health Care Technology (NICHSR)
Netherlands Institute for Scientific Information Services (NIWI)
BUSCADORES Y DIRECTORIOS ESPECIALIZADOS EN MEDICINA
Hardin Meta Directory of Internet Health Sources
Health A to Z
Health on the Net Foundation
Organising Medical Networked Information (OMNI)
ScHARR: Netting the Evidence. University of Sheffield
LISTAS DE DISCUSIÓN
Documentación en Medicina y Ciencias de la Salud (BIB-Med)
Health Outcomes and Health Technology Assessment
Medicina basada en la evidencia (EVIMED)
SUGERENCIAS Y NUEVOS ENLACES
Sugerencias, nuevos enlaces y correcciones