Bringing 'The Public' Into Health Technology Assessment and Coverage Policy Decisions: From Principles to Practice
Health Policy 2007 June; 82(1): 37-50
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Bombard, Yvonne; Abelson, Julia; Simeonov, Dorina; Gauvin, Francois-Pierre (2011-07)Despite a growing consensus that ethical and social values should be addressed in health technology assessment (HTA) processes, there exist a variety of methods for doing so. There is growing interest in involving citizens ...
One of These Things Is Not Like the Others: The Idea of Precedence in Health Technology Assessment and Coverage Decisions Giacomini, Mita (2005)Health plans often deliberate covering technologies with challenging purposes, effects, or costs. They must integrate quantitative evidence (e.g., how well a technology works) with qualitative, normative assessments (e.g., ...