On July 3, 2006 EUnetHTA held a lunch forum "EUnetHTA - European network for Health Technology Assessment: Work in progress" at the HTAi Annual Meeting in Adelaide, Australia. Representatives of the EUnetHTA partner organisations leading work in eight Work Packages presented latest
The EUnetHTA Steering Committee comprised of the Associated Partners in the project met in Copenhagen on May 11, 2006. Representatives from 32 out of 35 organisations - Associated Partners that include national and regional HTA agencies, Ministries of Health, research
After the first coordinating meeting in Copenhagen on January 27, Lead Partners finalized the work plans for 2006 in their respective work packages and first working group meetings have been scheduled for spring 2006. In 2006, the first topic for the
The EUnetHTA project proposal has been approved for co-financing from the Commission subject to further legal and financial specifications will be provided. On October 3, 2005, representatives of DACEHTA had a constructive and positive first negotiation with the representatives of the
On September 5, 2005 we received official notice from the European Commission confirming acceptance of EUnetHTA proposal request for the EU co-financing. The Commission will now proceed with a negotiation process, which, if satisfactorily completed, will lead to a grant agreement.
The Coordinating Secretariat has learned from the ministerial sources that the EUnetHTA project has received high marks from the Directorate SANCO’s evaluation committee. Therefore, the project proposal would be going into the negotiation phase of the application process.
EUnetHTA Open Meeting was held at the HTAi Conference in Rome on June 20, 2005, 16:30-18:00. Around 50 meeting’s participants at the HTAi conference had an opportunity to learn about the background for the EUnetHTA project proposal, its content and structure,
Directive 2011/24/EU on the application of patients’ rights in cross-border healthcare has been published in the Official Journal of the European Union. The Directive applies to individual patients who decide to seek healthcare in a Member State other than the Member