|Country||Agency||Status||Link||Details of use|
|Austria||LBI-HTA||2017||LINK||National adaptation, Made no changes to the report added a recommendation and a German summary|
|Denmark||DEFACTUM||2018||LINK||National adaptation, Translation of the EUnetHTA assessment|
|Austria||GOEG||2017||-||The report was disseminated in a newsletter to decision-makers and relevant stakeholders|
|Belgium||KCE||2017||LINK||Key messages and summary of the EUnetHTA assessment. Update to previous work on a similar area.|
|Croatia||AAZ||2017||-||A summary of the report was prepared in the national language, as well as assessment elements B0001 and A0020, with links to the full report on English language. Upon Croatian decision makers request on this topic, the report will be updated if needed and local information will be added (i.e., epidemiological information such as patient numbers; the technologies available in Croatia, information about costs…), including recommendations.
This specific document was used also to demonstrate the importance of joint international HTA process and the challenges that need to be overcome at a national level to introduce a sustainable and mandatory HTA process within reimbursement/investment or disinvestment decision processes, at Ministry of Health meeting related to HTA, in 2017 (policy issue).
|UK||NICE||2017||LINK||EUnetHTA reports are indexed in NHS Evidence, a public database which provides access to selected sources of evidence in health, social case and public health.|
|Spain||OSTEBA||2017||Adoption proposal in the updating of the CPG about Traumatic Brain Injury published in 2007 by the Basque Health Service. Dissemination through our webpage, LinkedIn and Facebook.|
|Italy||ASSR-RER||2018||Report disseminated to enquire whether Regional Committee interested in commissioning a regional report.|