17-21 June 2017 is the HTAi Annual Meeting held in Rome, Italy. Registration is now open and the early bird deadline is 31 March. Visit conference website. All INAHTA members are encouraged to attend this important international HTA event of our sister society.
Congratulations to Osteba, the Basque Office for Health Technology Assessment for achieving 25 years of excellence in HTA. Best wishes from your INAHTA family.
INAHTA members are invited to review the draft Strategic Plan 2017-2020. Deadline for comments: 17 March 2017 Members can view more information. (login required)
INAHTA members are cordially invited to register now for the annual Congress in Rome, Italy, on 21-22 June 2017. Members can visit the Congress webpage for more information (login required).
The 2017 Nominations Committee: A/Prof Wendy Babidge, ASERNIP-S (Chair), Dr. Irfhan Dhalla, HQO and Dr. Anna Zawada, AHTAPol warmly invite all INAHTA members to consider standing for election to the INAHTA Board of Directors. This year there are 2 Director positions available. Members are invited to find out more on the elections page in the…
HTAi offers Travel Grants to support HTA stakeholders who would otherwise not be able to attend the HTAi Annual Meeting for the purpose of presenting their work or otherwise benefitting from participation in the global HTA community. These grants are funded directly by HTAi and in some cases, are sponsored by external parties on an…
INAHTA recognizes the leadership of Dr. David Hailey in advancing the science and practice of conceptualizing and measuring HTA impact/influence. See a recent interview with Dr. Hailey regarding his views on the challenges to achieving HTA impact and future directions in this area. The interview with Dr. Hailey is part of a new page of…
Impact Story Sharing with INAHTA members – Tokyo Congress Chapter With stories from the NIHR (UK), IQWiG (Germany) and INASanté (Tunisia) 30 November 2016 at 14:00 – 15:00 CET (Brussels) Convert to local time For INAHTA members only. Login for instructions on registration.
Congratulations to the Andalusian Agency for Health Technology Assessment (AETSA) for achieving 20 years of excellence in supporting the decision-making process. Best wishes from your INAHTA family!
AdHopHTA: an European Project on Hospital Based Health Technology Assessment has re-launched their website. The site contains: Handbook of HB-HTA Tookit for setting-up and running an HB-HTA Unit Database of HB-HTA reports INAHTA members can also view a webinar introduction to the tools (login required) Visit the website