Syndicated report on HTA landscape and all published non-drug HTAs in Europe in 2019, including medical devices and procedures, in-vitro diagnostic tests and e-health solutions
Health technology assessment plays a big role in adoption of medical technologies in Europe. However, due to large number of HTA organizations and complexity of HTA schemes, the activity and their impact on reimbursement and funding decisions is not well understood.
We developed an overview of all non-drug HTAs in 2019 to help industry to understand HTA landscape, the role of individual HTA organizations, their activity in relation to number of HTA reports and types of technologies covered.
Report is delivered in the Acrobat PDF version.
This report complements the series of MTRC analytical reports in the field of reimbursement for medical technologies, including reports on innovation funding schemes in 2019 and funding frameworks and decisions for medical technologies.
HTA organizations from 12 EU countries (Austria, Belgium, Denmark, England, France, Germany, Italy, Netherlands, Norway, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland) + EUnetHTA
All existing organizations are reviewed including EUnetHTA, national and regional HTA bodies
Data about all non-drug assessments are included into the report
Brief overview of the role of each organization is provided
Number of reports per country, per HTA body (program), per type of technology (e.g. neurostimulator, cardiovascular) is included
All HTA reports per country/organization are listed in the table format including organization, title, type of technology and web-link. Optionally, access the full list in MS Excel
Austria: Assessments from the Ludwig Boltzmann Institute – Health Technology Assessment (LBI-HTA)
Belgium: Assessments from Belgian Health Care Knowledge Center (KCE)
Denmark: Activity of four Danish HTA organizations
England: All Med Tech, procedure and IVD programs at NICE and HTA Programme at National Institute for Health Research
Finland: Assessments from the Finnish Coordinating Center for Health Technology Assessment (FinCCHTA)
France: Limited only to National Authority for Health (HAS). Three types of assessments are included: stand-alone HTA reports, assessments of CNEDiMTS in relation to LPPR registration for medical aids, implants and invasive devices; assessments in relation to registration of reimbursement codes for IVD tests (NABM)
Germany: Assessments from the Quality and Efficiency in Health Care (IQWiG)
Italy: Activity of 13 national and regional HTA organizations
Netherlands: Assessments in relation to coverage with Basic Health Insurance by the National Healthcare Institute (Zorginstitute Netherland)
Norway: Stand-alone assessments from Norwegian Institute of Public Health (NIPH); assessments at national and hospital level in connection with "New Methods" framework. Evidence summaries from NIPH for shared decision-making with patients were not included. Brief evidence notes, prepared by NIPH on request from Ordering Forum of "New Methods" framework were not included as well.
Spain: Activity of eight national and regional HTA organizations
Sweden: Activity of eight national and regional HTA organizations. At TLV, only health economic evaluations of medical devices were considered. Reviews of medical aids were not included
Switzerland. Assessments from the Swiss Medical Board