A new article by the International Society for Pharmacoeconomics and Outcomes Research (ISPOR) “synthesizes good practices” in health technology assessment, the society announced Monday, Jan. 28, hailing it as the first report in 20 years to do such.
The article, “Identifying the Need for Good Practices in Health Technology Assessment: Summary of the ISPOR HTA Council Working Group Report on Good Practices in HTA,” was published in the January edition of Value in Health.
“Three key areas of HTA were identified as having little to no consensus on good practices,” ISPOR says. “These areas are: structure/governance/organizational aspects of HTA, deliberative processes and other methods for integrating social values in HTA, and measuring the impact of HTA.”
To read the article published in Value in Health, click here.