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EU unveils health technology bill (Euractiv, Feb 1)
Attach Date 2018/02/05 HIT 2247
The European Commission unveiled plans for a pan-EU Health Technology Assessment (HTA) law on Wednesday (31 January), with EU health chief Vytenis Andriukaitis promising that they would help patients take advantage of “an exciting era for innovation in health”. The proposed regulation covers new medicines and medical devices, providing the basis for pan-EU cooperation on joint clinical assessments. It aims to establish common methodologies and procedures across the EU on joint clinical assessments, focusing on the most innovative health technologies with the most potential impact for patients. Read More

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