How to Improve Participatory Decision Making in HTA

July 7, 2021

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July 7, 2021

11:30AM EDT | 4:30PM BST | 5:30PM CEST 

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The lack of guidance on deliberative processes for HTA has created the need for consensus international good practices. Since June 2020, HTAi and ISPOR have been collaborating to address this gap in global decision making by coordinating a joint task force. Session participants will learn why the joint HTAi-ISPOR Task Force was formed to develop guidance and a minimum set of considerations on the use of deliberative processes in HTA. The draft guidance will be presented followed by reflections on its need and relevance from three presenters. Panelists will discuss what approaches to use, describe the relevance for HTA organizations and how it might best be used, and will provide reflective thoughts on potential gaps, and where future efforts might be.

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Don Husereau, MSc,
Adjunct Professor, University of Ottawa, School of Epidemiology and Public Health, Ottawa, Canada

Wija Oortwijn, MSc, PhD, Associate Professor, Radboud University Medical Centre, Department for Health Evidence, HTA, Nijmegen, The Netherlands

Atiya Mosam, MD, MMed, MPH,
Public Health Medicine Specialist / Researcher
SAMRC/WITS Centre for Health Economics and Decision Science,
Johannesburg, Gauteng, South Africa

Mouna Jameleddine, PharmD, MSc, Health Technology Assessment Director, INEAS, Tunis, Tunisia

Richard Willke, PhD, Chief Science Officer, ISPOR, Lawrenceville, NJ, USA

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