A year on from the establishment of the HTA Network under Article 15 of the EU Directive on patients’ rights in cross-border healthcare, HTA 2.0 Europe addressed questions such as
- What are the key achievements in the European cooperation in HTA that may impact national/regional healthcare systems and meet their needs?
- What is the present-day state of the interface between HTA, research, regulation and health policy making?
- What are the current challenges and opportunities in getting effective technologies to the patients in Europe?
HTA 2.0 Europe gathered approximately 450 participants from all sectors relevant to health, including policymakers, academia, assessors, industry, payers, and civil society represented by patients and providers. The programme examined the achievements resulting from concrete collaboration across borders among HTA agencies, regulators, researchers and stakeholders.
All in all, the conference was a unique opportunity to discuss in a multistakeholder environment the opportunities, the challenges and the future of European cooperation on HTA for the benefit of European patients, healthcare systems and society at large. Find the original invitation flyer attached below.
HTA 2.0 Europe – Teaming Up for Value was organised within the European network for Health Technology Assessment (EUnetHTA) Joint Action 2 supported by the European Commission’s Health Programme.
Find the list of the Conference Organising Committee and Programme Committee attached below.