The overall strategic objective of the network was to connect public national health technology assessment (HTA) agencies, research institutions and health ministries, enabling an effective exchange of information and support for policy decisions by Member States. This implied that the network would help provide reliable, transparent, and transferable information on the short- and long-term effectiveness of health technologies as input to decision-making within the EU. By doing this, the network would assist the EU, its Member States and candidate countries to plan, deliver and monitor health services effectively.
The strategic objectives of the EUnetHTA Project were:
Specific objectives were defined to facilitate rapid, productive collaboration that would lead to the development of a range of practical tools to deliver the strategic objectives. Work Packages were aligned with specific objectives and each was expected to produce substantial deliverables (please see description of EUnetHTA Project Work Packages).
See the EUnetHTA Project Results
NIPHNO (formerly NOKC) (EUnetHTA Assembly), HAS (Executive Board), CAHTA (Founding Partner), HAS (Founding Partner), DIMDI (EUnetHTA Assembly), DIMDI (Germany), DIMDI (Partner)
MoH Cyprus (Cyprus), UTA (Estonia), AETSA (EUnetHTA Assembly), DIMDI (EUnetHTA Assembly), HIQA (EUnetHTA Assembly)
DIMDI (EUnetHTA Assembly), IQWIG (EUnetHTA Assembly), IQWIG (Executive Board), SNHTA (Executive Board), DIMDI (Founding Partner), SNHTA (Founding Partner)
Project WP1 – CoordinationProject WP2 – CommunicationsProject WP3 – EvaluationProject WP4 – Common Core HTAProject WP5 – Adapting HTAProject WP6 – HTA and Health PolicyProject WP7 – New TechnologiesProject WP8 – System to support HTA
Please see below the policy and procedures guiding stakeholder involvement activities in the EUnetHTA Joint Action 1. The documents were a result of an extensive development process that were managed by the Executive Committee. It involved consultation with multiple interested parties including a public consultation and several rounds of review by the EUnetHTA Joint Action Plenary Assembly and the Stakeholder Forum.
EUnetHTA JA Stakeholder Involvement Policy
EUnetHTA JA Stakeholder Involvement Standard Operating Procedures (SOP)
EUnetHTA JA Expert Involvement Standard Operating Procedures (SOP)
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