Launch of the international HTA database 2.0

INAHTA announces the launch of the international HTA database, which provides single platform to search records of completed and ongoing health technology assessments (HTAs) from around the world. The database was previously produced by the Centre for Reviews and Dissemination (CRD) at the University of York, and this new rebuild completed by INAHTA includes: Streamlined…

Announcing the new definition of HTA!

INAHTA proudly announces the release of the new definition of HTA. This definition was developed though an international collaboration co-led by INAHTA and HTAi with HTAsiaLink, EUnetHTA, RedETSA, ISPOR, English Editorial Board of the HTA Glossary, and the WHO. View new definition on the HTA Glossary  Read about the international collaboration

COVID-19: INAHTA response

INAHTA members are taking action in their respective countries to meet the needs of decision and policy makers to respond to the COVID-19 pandemic.  The important role of INAHTA member agencies as essential contributors to health system decision making could not be clearer in the current global pandemic.   View more information and examples of…

New Release: HTA Impact Assessment Study

INAHTA announces the release of an extensive environmental scan and qualitative study of the HTA impact assessment practices of INAHTA member agencies.  The study results are presented in two parts: PART I:  HTA Impact assessment practices in INAHTA member agencies Part II:  Factors that Enable or Inhibit HTA Impact Assessment Activities in HTA Agencies More…

G-I-N & JBI Conference 2019

Trustworthy Evidence for Questions that Matter. The value of guidelines in 21st century healthcare. INAHTA’s MOU partner, G-I-N, is holding their 2019 conference in conjunction with Joanna Briggs Institute. 30 October – 2 November 2019 Adelaide, Australia Visit conference website