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  • International Journal of Technology Assessment in Health Care, Volume 29, Issue 2
  • April 2013, pp. 185-191

HOSPITAL-BASED HEALTH TECHNOLOGY ASSESSMENT FOR INNOVATIVE MEDICAL DEVICES IN UNIVERSITY HOSPITALS AND THE ROLE OF HOSPITAL PHARMACISTS: LEARNING FROM INTERNATIONAL EXPERIENCE

  • Nicolas Martelli (a1), Anne-Sophie Lelong (a1), Patrice Prognon (a1) and Judith Pineau (a1)
  • DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1017/S0266462313000019
  • Published online: 20 March 2013
Abstract

Objectives: Several models of hospital-based health technology assessment (HTA) have been developed worldwide, for the introduction of innovative medical devices and support evidence-based decision making in hospitals. Two such models, the HTA unit and mini-HTA models, are widespread in university hospitals and involve various stakeholders. The purpose of this work was to highlight the potential role of hospital pharmacists in hospital-based HTA activities.

Methods: We searched for articles, reviews, and letters relating to hospital-based HTA, as defined by the Hospital-Based Health Technology Assessment Worldwide Surveypublished by the Health Technology Assessment International (HTAi) Society, in the Health Technology Assessment database, MEDLINE, EMBASE, and hospital pharmacyjournals.

Results: The number of university hospitals performing hospital-based HTA has increased since the 2008 Hospital-Based Health Technology Assessment Worldwide Survey. Our own experience and international findings show that hospital pharmacists already contribute to hospital-based HTA activities and have developed study interpretation skills and a knowledge of medical devices.

Conclusions: Promoting multidisciplinary approaches is one of the key success factors in hospital-based HTA. Hospital pharmacists occupy a position between hospital managers, clinicians, health economists, biomedical engineers, and patients and can provide a new perspective. In the future, hospital pharmacists are likely to become increasingly involved in hospital-based HTA activities.

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