EUnetHTA Prioritisation List for Medical Devices and In-Vitro Diagnostics
EUnetHTA publishes the EUnetHTA Prioritisation List (EPL) for Other Technologies (focus of the pilot was on medical devices and in vitro diagnostics).
This is the first time EUnetHTA has systematically sought to compile a list of medical devices and in vitro diagnostics that are of high interest and relevance for partner agencies and their national/regional contexts. By ensuring relevance to partner agencies, EUnetHTA seeks to achieve high uptake of the assessments at the national level in the partner countries.
These topics have been given priority based on the pilot on Topic Identification, Selection and Prioritisation (TISP). In this pilot, topics were identified by several sources and prioritised according to interest and relevance among partners.
Please note that EUnetHTA cannot guarantee that the topics will be assessed by EUnetHTA, but will strive to do so since these topics have shown to have high priority among partner HTA agencies. The topic will be assessed if sufficient number of EUnetHTA partners (at least four) are able to participate.
Medical device developers are encouraged to be involved in the assessment process as soon as it is confirmed that their product will be assessed. If this is the case, relevant manufacturers will be contacted by EUnetHTA.
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