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Public Health (04-10-2016)

European cooperation on HTA: what's next? Register TODAY!

Registration is now open for the EC/ EUnetHTA (*) Forum “European cooperation on HTA: what’s next?” taking place in Brussels on 21 October.

With an address by Commissioner Andriukaitis, the Forum will gather Members of the European Parliament, Member States and key HTA stakeholders to discuss current and future – post 2020 - plans on HTA, as well as challenges and opportunities of the current framework for cooperation on HTA, and possible future scenarios.
 
The event will also raise awareness on the public consultation on the Inception Impact Assessment “Strengthening of the EU cooperation on HTA”, to be launched in October.

As places are limited, please register online as soon as possible.

(*) The EU promotes cooperation on Health Technology Assessment (HTA) through its support for EUnetHTA's Joint Actions. The current EUnetHTA Joint Action 3 (2016-2020) involves 78 organisations from 29 countries. It builds on the previous EUnetHTA Joint Actions and aims to increase the use, quality and efficiency of joint HTA work at European level, with a view to supporting a sustainable European Collaboration on HTA.

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