Health Technology Assessment Policy and Methods Review – Research and analysis papers

This collection contains the research and analysis papers prepared to support the deliberations of the HTA Review Reference Committee.

About the collection

  • The HTA Policy and Methods Review is informed by papers analysing contemporary research, relevant methodologies and purchasing practices used by comparable international jurisdictions, and their applicability to the Australian context. We engaged 3 HTA expert groups to develop these papers. For more information about the evidence supporting the review see the Research and Analysis Plan Overview.

    We engaged 3 expert groups in HTA to undertake research and analysis to inform the HTA Review. They are developing papers as follows.

    Adelaide Health Technology Assessment (AHTA)

    • Paper 1. International health technology market approval, funding and assessment pathways
    • Paper 2. Horizon scanning and early value assessment
    • Paper 3. HTA Methods: Determination of Population Intervention Comparator Outcome (PICO)
    • Paper 4. HTA Methods: Clinical Evaluation

    Centre for Health Economics Research and Evaluation (CHERE)

    • Paper 5. HTA Methods: Economic evaluation
    • Paper 6. Funding and purchasing decisions and Managing Uncertainty B

    Centre of Research Excellence in Medicines Intelligence (MI-CRE)

    • Paper 7. Optimising the availability and use of real world data and real world evidence to support health technology assessment in Australia

    We will progressively publish the draft papers that these groups develop as they become available. These papers will support the deliberations of the HTA Review Reference Committee.  The final papers will be prepared after Consultation 2 closes, and we will publish them once they are finalised.

Draft HTA expert papers

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