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Pubblicato lunedì 5 Maggio 2014

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Ricciardi W, Agostinelli A, La Torre G, Cicchetti A, Derrico P, Paternello F, ViHTA Project Team. Primo Libro Bianco sull’Health Technology Assessment in Italia. (PDF 2499 KB) Progetto ViHTA. Valore in Health Technology Assessment 2010. Istituto d’Igiene, Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore.

Ministero della salute. Direzione generale dei medicinali e dei dispositivi medici. Dispositivi medici. Aspetti regolatori e operativi, II edizione, Roma 2010.

Ministero della Salute: Sicurezza dei pazienti e gestione del rischio clinico: Manuale per la formazione degli operatori sanitari (PDF 742 KB), 2007.

Agenas
I report HTA a cura dell’age.na.s.
Supporto per gli acquisti di tecnologie sanitarie e monitoraggio prezzi, 2012. Accordo di collaborazione Regione Friuli Venezia Giulia – Direzione centrale salute integrazione sociosanitaria e politiche sociali. Agenas – Agenzia nazionale per i servizi sanitari regionali.

RESTO DEL MONDO
Goodman CS. HTA 101: Introduction to Health Technology Assessment. National Library of Medicine.The Lewin Group Falls Church, Virginia, USA, 2004.

Murphy E, Dingwall R, Greatbatch D, Parker S, Watson P. Qualitative research methods in health technology assessment: a review of the literature. Health Technol Assess 1998; 2: 1-274.

NICE – National Institute for Health and Clinical Excellence. A guide for patient/carer groups – Contributing to a technology appraisal (PDF, 114 KB), 2004.

Topfer LA, Auston I. E-text on Health Technology Assessment (HTA) information resources. National Information Centre on Health Services Research and Health Care Technology (NICHSR), 2003. First published: 01 January 2002 Last updated: 18 May 2004 Date Archived: 05 September 2006.

Velasco Garrido M, Borlum Kristiensen F, Palmhoj Nielsen C, Busse R, eds. Health technology assessment and health policy making in Europe. (PDF, 1239 KB) Copenhagen: European Observatory-WHO, 2008.

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