A joint assessment is a structured information for rapid or full/comprehensive HTAs which is the output of joint production in which 2 or more countries and/or organisations work together to prepare shared products or agreed outcomes (Based on definitions from the HTA Network Strategy (page 24) and the EUnetHTA Recommendations (page 6, footnote 8))
The Evidence database on new technologies (EVIDENT Database) stores information on assessment, coverage and recommendations/requests for additional studies arising from HTA reports for promising technologies in Europe. Access is currently restricted to EUnetHTA Partners and Associates.
The database was developed by HAS during Joint Action 1. Two upgraded database versions have been released during JA2 (September 2013 and December 2015), containing improved functionalities and some additional items. The user manual has been updated accordingly.