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This consultation took place between 21 March and 4 April 2013, and is now closed. The aim of the Draft Project Plan is to provide an overview on the planned processes, the scope, the scientific methods and the time-schedule for compiling a pilot rapid assessment on the technology mentioned above. Further, the pilot rapid assessment (partly or as a whole) will be translated into national/local reports by participating WP5 members. The processing of the comments: The submissions will be processed by the WP5 Co- Lead Partner, LBI-HTA. If responders wish to modify their submission, they should contact the LBI-HTA at the e-mail address given within the timeframe of the public consultation. LBI-HTA will not share responders’ data with third parties for direct marketing. All comments will be formally responded to in a combined document that will be posted on the EUnetHTA website within a month. This document will also contain the contact information of all the organisations that properly submitted contributions (unless the author has explicitly opposed publication of their contribution or the contributions do not address the draft Project Plan or contain complaints against institutions, personal accusations, irrelevant or offensive statements or material). The name of the author, his affiliation and date of the submission’s receipt will be disclosed when the contribution is made public. No action will be taken upon receipt of late comments. You should receive a response to your email with comments as a confirmation that your comments have been received. If you do not receive this acknowledgement, please contact (anna.nachtnebel@hta.lbg.ac.at) to ensure your comments have been safely received. A reply to acknowledge receipt of submission is foreseen (see point 4) however no further individual reply will be made. The final pilot rapid assessment will be published on the EUnetHTA website after its completion.

This consultation took place between 21 March and 4 April 2013, and is now closed. The aim of the Draft Project Plan is to provide an overview on the planned processes, the scope, the scientific methods and the time-schedule for compiling a pilot rapid assessment on the technology mentioned above. Further, the pilot rapid assessment (partly or as a whole) will be translated into national/local reports by participating WP5 members. The processing of the comments: The submissions will be processed by the WP5 Co- Lead Partner, LBI-HTA. If responders wish to modify their submission, they should contact the LBI-HTA at the e-mail address given within the timeframe of the public consultation. LBI-HTA will not share responders’ data with third parties for direct marketing. All comments will be formally responded to in a combined document that will be posted on the EUnetHTA website within a month. This document will also contain the contact information of all the organisations that properly submitted contributions (unless the author has explicitly opposed publication of their contribution or the contributions do not address the draft Project Plan or contain complaints against institutions, personal accusations, irrelevant or offensive statements or material). The name of the author, his affiliation and date of the submission’s receipt will be disclosed when the contribution is made public. No action will be taken upon receipt of late comments. You should receive a response to your email with comments as a confirmation that your comments have been received. If you do not receive this acknowledgement, please contact (anna.nachtnebel@hta.lbg.ac.at) to ensure your comments have been safely received. A reply to acknowledge receipt of submission is foreseen (see point 4) however no further individual reply will be made. The final pilot rapid assessment will be published on the EUnetHTA website after its completion.

In Joint Action 2, EUnetHTA will continue to address methodological challenges of HTA.
Methodology in focus – EUnetHTA guidelines

    In Joint Action 2, EUnetHTA will continue to address methodological challenges of HTA.
    In Joint Action 1 (2010-2012) EUnetHTA has produced nine guidelines on methodological issues associated with relative effectiveness assessment of pharmaceuticals (REA) (1).
    In Joint Action 2 (2012-2015) EUnetHTA is continuing to address methodological challenges of HTA currently taking up a topic of economic evaluation.

This effort includes both systematic review of the literature already available, original input from the researchers of several European countries involved in the EUnetHTA methodological activities (2), and stakeholder and public consultations on the draft versions of the documents.

The process and the results – intermediate and final – of EUnetHTA’s effort in this field are publicly available to monitor and assess. Any interaction with other projects/initiatives in methodological research in HTA is reflected in the EUnetHTA documentation (e.g. EUnetHTA has no association with the process or results of the ECHoutcome project).

https://eunethta.eu/outputs/eunethta-joint-action-2010-12/methodological-guideline-for-rea-of-pharmaceuticals-clinical-endpoints/

https://eunethta.eu/activities/EUnetHTA%20Joint%20Action%202%20%282012-15%29/ja2-wp7-methodology-development-and-evidence-generation

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