Hospital-based Health Technology Assessment


Authors: Martin Zavadil;  Vladimír Rogalewicz;  Ivana Kubátová;  Veronika Matloňová;  Kristýna Salačová
Authors‘ workplace: Fakultní nemocnice Motol ;  Czech HTA, Fakulta biomedicínského inženýrství, České vysoké učení technické v Praze
Published in: Čas. Lék. čes. 2016; 155: 254-259
Category: Original Article

Overview

Hospital-based HTA (HB-HTA) consists in implementation of assessment activities "in" or "for" hospitals; hence, it covers processes and methods supporting organization and execution of health technology assessment (HTA) at the level of individual hospitals. This process is multidisciplinary, systematic and evidence-based.

HB-HTA objectives and methods differ from the classic utilization of HTA at the national regulator level. Most experience and information concerning HB-HTA has originated in two large recent projects: activities of the HB-HTA Interest Group of the HTAi international association established in 2006, and the AdHopHTA European research project (2012−2015).

This paper describes four basic organizational models of HB-HTA, their characteristics and utilization in various countries and hospital types. Results of the AdHopHTA project are analyzed, and recommendations for HB-HTA implementation in Czech hospitals are formulated.

Key words:
hospital-based HTA, medical device, implementation, hospital strategy


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