What is HTA?
According to Health Technology Assessment International (HTAi.org) Health Technology Assessment (HTA) is a multidisciplinary process that uses explicit methods to determine the value of a health technology at different points in its lifecycle. The purpose is to inform decision-making in order to promote an equitable, efficient and high-quality health system.
About HTA4Patients Project
The European Patients Academy on Therapeutic Innovation (EUPATI) is leading a 3-year training project entitled ‘HTA4Patients’ from 01 March 2023.
The European Union’s new framework for Health Technology Assessment (HTA) regulation (EU 2021/2282) represents a unique opportunity to strengthen the involvement of patient communities in HTA processes. Strong and informed input from patients and patient representation is necessary to support this new framework and efficient HTA.
HTA4Patients will enhance the education, training and information that EUPATI already provides on HTA via its Open Classroom and Toolbox empowering patients and patient organisations to play a vital role in the implementation of the new framework.
Creating an e-learning training course on the new HTA Regulation and what it means for patients
Updating EUPATI’s existing patient training content on HTA aligning with the new EU regulation
Developing interactive online training sessions (in 5 languages). Preparing participants taking part in joint clinical assessments and joint scientific consultations with national HTA bodies
Implementing sustainability measures to ensure continuity of the project outputs in the future
Our work plan
- Project Management
- E-learning training course
- Online training sessions
- Outreach and Sustainability
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Module on Health Technology Assessment is currently available on the EUPATI Open Classroom. Through the HTA4Patients project we will be updating this content. Watch this space…
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