Value in Health announced the publication of a series of articles that delve into how health technology assessment (HTA) is being used in decision making across the globe.
The series, “HTA Around the World — Influences of Culture, Values, and Institutions,” was published in this month’s edition.
“This themed section adds to the literature investigating the use of HTA in healthcare decision making by drawing insights from different disciplines and exploring innovative approaches to move the research forward,” Bocconi University’s Aleksandra Torbica, who was the guest editor for the themed section, wrote in her introduction. “It includes a mixture of empirical papers, health policy analyses, and commentaries that shed light on the complexity of the matter while broadening our understanding of cross-country differences in the use of HTA around the world.”
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