2018 EUnetHTA Forum

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2018 EUnetHTA Forum

2018 EUnetHTA Forum, Cologne, Germany: Part 1 – (begins at 1:13:00) – presentations available below session

Honouring Dr. Wim Goettsch, outgoing EUnetHTA Director; Honouring Dr. Mairin Ryan, HIQA

Moderator: Michelle Mujoomdar, CADTH

Relevance, quality, and timeliness as drivers for uptake of EUnetHTA’s work: Nick Crabb, WP7 Lead Partner NICE; Claudia Wild, WP4 Co-Lead Other Technologies LBI-HTA; Anne Willemsen ZIN, WP4 Co-Lead Pharmaceuticals; Miriam Luhnen, WP6 Lead Partner IQWiG

Presentations: Session 1

How can EUnetHTA predict and assist European health systems prepare for potentially disruptive innovation? Christine Muzel, Phillips Healthcare; Ingvil Sæterdal, WP4 Lead Partner NIPHNO; Chantal Bélorgey, WP5 Lead Partner HAS; Michael Berntgen, EMA

Presentations: Session 2

2018 EUnetHTA Forum; Cologne, Germany: Part 2 – presentations available below session

Moderator: Michelle Mujoomdar, CADTH

Remarks from the European Commission: Flora Giorgio, DG SANTE

Presentation

Taking lifecycle approach to EUnetHTA’s work: Current and future collaboration between Early Dialogues and Relative Effectiveness Assessments.: Sari Ormstad, WP4 Lead Partner NIPHNO, Claudia Wild, WP4 Co-Lead Other Technologies LBI-HTA, François Meyer, WP5 Lead Partner HAS, Hannah Brühl, WP5 Co-Lead Partner GBA

Presentations: Session 3

Start, Stop, Stay, Shift – How should EUnetHTA respond to the dynamic landscape of EU cooperation on HTA? Valentina Strammiello, EPF; Ancel.la Santos, HAI; Daniel Widmer (UEMO); Ansgar Hebborn (Roche/EFPIA); Flora Giorgio, DG SANTE; Marcus Guardian, EUnetHTA

Presentation: Session 4


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You are cordially invited to the 2018 EUnetHTA Forum, Delivering Products and Services. This year’s event will be held on Friday 25th May 2018 at the Lindner City Plaza in Cologne, Germany.

With anticipated speakers from across multiple stakeholder groups, regulatory bodies and national organisations, panels will host a wide range of expert opinions. The Forum will also provide the opportunity for stakeholders and representatives from our 82 partner organisations to network, share experiences and exchange information.

As always, you can contact the Secretariat at eunethta@zinl.nl for questions, directions or comments. We look forward to welcoming you in Cologne.

The EUnetHTA Secretariat

Interactive sessions and discussion include:

Relevance, quality, and timeliness as drivers for uptake of EUnetHTA’s work.

How can EUnetHTA predict and assist European health systems prepare for potentially disruptive innovation?

Taking lifecycle approach to EUnetHTA’s work: Current and future collaboration between Early Dialogues and Relative Effectiveness Assessments.

Start, Stop, Stay, Shift – How should EUnetHTA respond to the dynamic landscape of EU cooperation on HTA?