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 HTA Core Model defines the content elements to be considered in a health technology assessment (HTA) and facilitates standardised reporting. The aim is to share information, to avoid duplication of work, and to facilitate the adaptation of information in national HTA reports and the co-production of HTA reports (by multiple HTA agencies). Detailed information about the principles of the HTA Core Model can be found in The HTA Core Model® Online Handbook.
In 2010, the ISPOR Annual European Congress had HTA as its main theme. EUnetHTA and its activities were in focus both at the Plenary Sessions and numerous educational symposia, workshops and issue panels. Through the links below you will be able to access the presentations covering EUnetHTA activities or topics of interest/collaboration within EUnetHTA.