The International Network of Agencies for Health Technology Assessment (INAHTA) is a non-profit organization was established in 1993 and has now grown to 57 member agencies from 32 countries including North and Latin America, Europe, Africa, Asia, Australia, and New Zealand. All members are non-profit making organizations producing HTA and are linked to regional or national government.
Many organizations throughout the world assess healthcare technology. There is an evident need to cooperate and share information from different countries. INAHTA serves this purpose.
INAHTA´s mission is to provide a forum for the identification and pursuit of interests common to HTA agencies. The network aims to:
Accelerate exchange and collaboration among agencies
Promote information sharing and comparison
Prevent unnecessary duplication of activities.
To read more about INAHTA activites, click here.
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INAHTA – International Network of Agencies for Health Technology Assessment e-mail: INAHTA@surgeons.org