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Health technology assessment methodologies for developing countries

by Ronney B. Panerai

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Published by Pan American Health Organization, Pan American Sanitary Bureau, Regional Office of the World Health Organization in Washington, D.C .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Developing countries
    • Subjects:
    • Medical technology -- Developing countries -- Evaluation -- Methodology.,
    • Technology assessment -- Developing countries -- Methodology.

    • Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographical references (p. 98-109).

      StatementRonney B. Panerai, Jorge Peña Mohr.
      ContributionsPeña Mohr, Jorge., Pan American Health Organization.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsR855.5.D44 P36 1989
      The Physical Object
      Pagination109 p. :
      Number of Pages109
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL1609331M
      ISBN 109275120234
      LC Control Number91148180

      Data, indicators and research on biotechnology including innovation and health, genetics and genomics guidelines, bio-based economy and nanotechnology., While many countries have invested in the production of health technology assessment, evidence about its use in decision making is limited. This report analyses the barriers to, and facilitators of, evidence-based decision making in OECD. Environmental Impact Assessment for Developing Countries in Asia Volume 1 - Overview Bindu N. Lohani J. Warren Evans Robert R. Everitt Harvey Ludwig.

      Health technology assessment (HTA) has become a critical basis for pricing and reimbursement decision-making worldwide. In some countries, extensive requirements for data are set out in guidances or regulation and apply to all new prescription medicines; in others, HTA is required of industry or performed by payers only for therapies expected to be particularly costly. The service availability and readiness assessment (SARA) methodology was developed through a joint World Health Organization (WHO) – United States Agency for International Development (USAID) collaboration to fill critical gaps is measuring and tracking progress in health systems strengthening.

      IMPROVING DATA QUALITY: A GUIDE FOR DEVELOPING COUNTRIES 2 Many clinics and aid posts offer immunization programmes, counselling, family planning and other health-related services that are not always considered parts of “traditional” health care but are, in fact, important components within the community. As such, they must maintain. Hopefully, the proper use of technology will be able to enhance various aspects of the health service sector. 1 HTA has been used by numerous countries including the Asia-Pacific, where it was.


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Health technology assessment methodologies for developing countries by Ronney B. Panerai Download PDF EPUB FB2

This book presents an overview of how health technology assessment (HTA) methodologies that were developed in industrialized countries can be applied to address priority health issues, including equitable distribution, the quality of health care, probability of access, and other ethical, social, economic and political concerns, in developing Cited by: Health technology assessment methodologies for developing countries.

Washington, D.C.: Pan American Health Organization, Pan American Sanitary Bureau, Regional Office of the World Health Organization, (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, International government publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors.

Health Technology Assessment. Methodologies for Developing Countries: Medicine & Health Science Books @ ed by: WHO has developed a reference document to provide an introduction to the concept and programme of health technology assessment (HTA) around the world and to highlight the contribution that HTA can make to informed policy and decision-making, particularly in developing and emerging countries.

The scope and methods of HTA may be adapted to respond to the policy needs of a particular health system (Health Technology Assessment International ). Health technology assessment (HTA) is a multidisciplinary process that summarises information about the medical, social, economic and ethical issues related to the use of a health technology.

As noted above, Sweden was one of the earliest countries to become involved in HTA and—if the abortive efforts in the United States are disregarded—it was the first country in the world to establish a national agency or council, the Swedish Council for Technology Assessment in Health.

It discusses the use of health technology assessment (HTA) in low and middle income countries (LMIC), including aspects of its use in relation to medicine and health technologies, pricing policies and reimbursement decisions.

Developing an approach for using health technology assessments in reimbursement systems for medical products.

July   Technology for Remote Areas. Digital health efforts in the developing world are making health care more accessible to those in remote areas.

In areas where there might be no running water or electricity, but there is a mobile signal, examinations and tests can be performed and interpreted with the help of digital technology. A key discussion point was to identify the future role for WHO in supporting the development of HTA, particularly given the WHA resolution from () on the topic that called on WHO to develop global guidance on methods and processes for health intervention and technology assessment in support of universal health coverage.

As a result, demand for evidence and justification of value are increasingly a requirement to support funding, coverage, and reimbursement decisions or price negotiation about health technologies.1 The use of health technology assessment (HTA) to inform policy-making is established in North America, Australia, in many European countries, and is.

Background. Health technology assessment (HTA) is a multidisciplinary field of policy analysis that examines the medical, economic, social, and ethical implications of the incremental value, diffusion, and use of a medical technology in health care [].Currently, HTA is mostly used in the context of developed countries.

The TNA methodology is a mature process which has evolved over the 15 years that developing countries have used it. This methodology may also be useful for developing countries as they work to further develop and implement their NDCs.

In addition, the UNFCCC is exploring how to further provide technical and capacity building support to. Health Technology Assessment Operationalising HTA as a routine component of commodity procurement and provider payment decisions is a priority in many LMICs with emerging National Health Insurance Funds and a consideration amongst global funding conduits such as the GFATM and Gavi as aid budgets shrink and countries transition towards aid.

10 C. Juma et al., “Global Governance of Technology: Meeting the Needs of Developing Countries,” International Journal of Technology Managem no. 7/8 (): – Crossref. Objectives: The aim of this study was to develop and apply an instrument to map the level of health technology assessment (HTA) development at country level in selected countries.

Health technology assessment for pricing and reimbursement decisions. According to an estimate published init costs US$ billion to bring a new drug to market,[] and the cost of failure in drug development programs has forced prices to unprecedented high is a balance to be found between delivering innovation and affordable pricing, particularly in emerging markets such as.

Technology assessment (TA, German: Technikfolgenabschätzung, French: évaluation des choix scientifiques et technologiques) is a scientific, interactive, and communicative process that aims to contribute to the formation of public and political opinion on societal aspects of science and technology.

This is a means of assessing and rating the new technology from the time when it was first. Health technology assessment (HTA) seeks to provide policy makers with information on the clinical and economic value of health technologies (including pharmaceuticals, medical devices (MDs), clinical procedures, and organizational systems used in health care) to inform their reimbursement or coverage decisions ().Several surveys have been undertaken to date that describe and compare the HTA.

GENERAL METHOD FOR ASSESSING HEALTH TECHNOLOGIES Health technology assessment (HTA)1 is "any process of examining and reporting properties of a medical technology used in health care, such as safety, efficacy, feasibility, and indications for use, cost, and cost effectiveness, as well as social, economic, and ethical.

HTAi: An International Society for the promotion of health technology assessment. Driven by the desire to further the advancement of Health Technology Assessment through collaboration, HTAi offers opportunities for its members to network and strengthen relationships around the world.

Health technology assessment is a multi-stage process that studies medical, social, economic, developmental, and distributional aspects of technology. The goal of technology assessment is to provide accurate data to support decision-making in healthcare and policymaking.

Health technology assessment (HTA) has been well established in developed.HTA Introduction to Health Technology Assessment is derived from an evolving set of seminars and other presentations that I have given on health technology assessment since the mids.

This third version follows two done in and at the request of the National Information Center on Health.C. McCabe, T. Bubela, in Mesenchymal Stromal Cells, Health technology assessment and appraisal.

Health Technology Assessment (HTA) is “a multidisciplinary process that summarizes information about the medical, social, economic, and ethical issues related to the use of a health technology in a systematic transparent unbiased and robust manner.”.