Member publications - EAA systems

Migliore A. Technology assessment of innovative medical devices in Europe. Expert Rev Med Devices. 2016;13(3):217-9. doi: 10.1586/17434440.2016.1146588. Epub 2016 Feb 20.

Tark JY, Jeong J-Y, Lee M, Park E, Park J, Park JJ, Lee S and Shin C. Early assessment and prediction of potential impact of the implantation of polyurethane scaffold in partial meniscal lesions: a pilot horizon scanning activity in South Korea. International Journal of Technology Assessment in Health Care. 2015; doi:10.1017/S0266462315000689.

Joppi R, Poggiani C, Pase D, Italian Horizon Scanning Project. An early warning system for emerging drugs. (Italian Horizon Scanning Project. Un sistema di allerta precoce per farmaci emergenti). G Ital Health Techn Assess 2013 July; 6(1): 11-21. doi:10.1007/s40269-013-0003-3

Packer C, Fung M, Stevens A. Analyzing 10 years of early awareness and alert activity in the United Kingdom. International Journal of Technology Assessment in Health Care 2012;28(3):308–314. doi:10.1017/S026646231200030X.

Nachtnebel A, Geiger-Gritsch S, Hintringer K, Wild C. Scanning the horizon – development and implementation of an early awareness system for anticancer drugs in Austria. Health Policy. 2012;104:1-11.

Migliore A, Perrini MR, Jefferson T, Cerbo M. Implementing a national early awareness and alert system for new and emerging health technologies in Italy: the COTE Project. Int J Technol Assess Health Care. 2012 Jul;28(3):321-6. doi: 10.1017/S0266462312000384.

Migliore A, Corio M, Paone S, Cerbo M, Jefferson T. Accommodating intraocular lenses for patients with cataract: a review. Expert Review of Ophthalmology Vol. 6 , Iss. 4,2011

Packer C. The National Horizon Scanning Centre (NHSC): early warning for new and emerging health technologies in England. Evidence-Based Healthcare and Public Health. 2005; 9: 410-413.

Carlsson P. Health technology assessment and priority setting for health policy in Sweden. International Journal of Technology Assessment in Health Care. 2004; 20(1):44-54.

Douw K, Vondeling H, Sorensen J, Jorgensen T, Sigmund H. The future should not take us by surprise: preparation of an early warning system in Denmark. International Journal of Technology Assessment in Health Care. 2004;20(3):342-350.

Hailey D, Topfer L.A, Willis F. Providing information on emerging health technologies to provincial decision makers: a pilot project. Health Policy. Oct 2001; 58 (1): 15-26.

Shani S, Siebzehner M.I, Luxenburg O, Shemer J. Setting priorities for the adoption of health technologies on a national level – the Israeli Experience Health Policy. 2000; 54: 169-185. 

The International Journal of Technology Assessment in Health Care (Vol 14 no. 4 1998) included a special section on Early Identification and Assessment of Emerging Health Technology edited by Per Carlsson (Sweden) and Torben Jørgensen (Denmark) with contributions from member organisations including:

  • An Early System for the Identification and Assessment of Future Health Care Technology: The Dutch STG Project by David Banta and Annetine Gelijns.
  • Basis for Decisions on Emerging Health Technology: A Danish Feasibility Study by Torben Jørgensen and Lars Grupe Larsen.
  • Which are the Best Information Sources for Identifying Emerging Health Care Technologies? An International Delphi Study by Glenn Robert, John Gabbay and Andrew Stevens.
  • The Identification of New Health Care Technologies by the Health Council of the Netherlands by Gabriël ten Velden.
  • Early warning of New Health Care technologies in the United Kingdom by Andrew Stevens, Claire Packer and Glenn Robert.
  • The Early Experiences of a National System for the Identification and assessment of emerging Health Care Technologies in Sweden by Per Carlsson, Henric Hultin and Johanna Törnwall.

 

Stevens A, Packer C, Robert G. Early warning of new health care technologies in the United Kingdom. International Journal of Technology Assessment in Health Care. 1998 14(4): 680-686.

Stevens A, Robert G, Gabbay J. Identifying New Health Care Technologies in the United Kingdom. International Journal of Technology Assessment in Health Care. 1997 13(1): 59-67.