The methodological guideline on “Meta-analysis of diagnostic test accuracy studies” has been finalised after its public consultation phase and is now available. It was developed by WP7, Subgroup 3.
Significance of HTA and the HTA Network Strategy are highlighted in the conclusions on innovation for the benefit of the patient adopted by the Council of the European Union on 1 December 2014.
The HTA 2.0 Europe - Teaming Up for Value conference took place in Rome, Italy on 30-31 October 2014. All important and relevant material from the conference is now available.
We are pleased to announce that as of today, 18 November 2014, the draft methodological guideline “Methods for health economic evaluations”, produced within Subgroup 3 of WP7, has entered the public consultation phase.
The HTA Core Model has been updated in two phases by WP8 of EUnetHTA Joint Action 2. First, a major overhaul of the Model was made in 2013, resulting in version 2.0 in which most contents were updated. During 2014 the revision process continued through updating contents of the legal domain (the only domain not updated for 2.0). Further work in 2014 included a revision of the list of HTA questions (the ontology) in some domains to remove redundant overlaps and to align the questions with those used in the rapid relative effectiveness assessment (REA) model application developed within WP5.