The Dutch National Health Care Institute and the European Commission signed the Grant Agreement on the 25th of August 2016. Within 30 days all organisations need to sign in order to join the creation of sustainable HTA network. Then Joint Action 3 will start officially.
EUnetHTA JA3 is organized into three horizontal work packages (WP1-3), and four core work packages (WP4-7). The core work packages will deliver products needed for a sustainable HTA network like quality joint assessments, evidence generation, quality management and focus on implementation of this model on national, regional and local levels. The horizontal work packages will coordinate the Joint Assessment, disseminate its results and evaluate the main objective of this Joint Assessment.
EUnetHTA JA3 is organized into three horizontal work packages (WP1-3), and four core work packages (WP4-7). The horizontal work packages will coordinate the Joint Assessment, disseminate its results and evaluate the main objective of this Joint Assessment. The core work packages will deliver products needed for a sustainable HTA network like quality joint assessments, evidence generation, quality management and focus on implementation of this model on national, regional and local levels.
This work package focuses on the production of joint health technology assessments. The joint assessments should be fit for purpose, of high quality, of timely availability, and cover the whole range of health technologies.
Work Package 7 supports the production of a sustainable model by making the implementation mechanism facilitate uptake and implementation in national, regional and local settings.