International Journal of Technology Assessment in Health Care
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A key working session, held as part of the Health Technology Assessment international (HTAi) Global Policy Forum meeting asks members to share "What's Keeping Me Up At Night." Members-senior thought leaders from health technology assessment (HTA) agencies, payer organizations, industry, and the HTAi Board-share without fear or favor the thorny issues related to HTA that are challenging them now or likely to do so in the near future. This article contains a reflection on the discussions at this s...
#1Mohammad Hosseini-ravandi (Tehran University of Medical Sciences)
#2Amir Hossein Kahlaee (American Physical Therapy Association)H-Index: 7
Last. Reza Safdari (Tehran University of Medical Sciences)H-Index: 9
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OBJECTIVES: In the past decade, with the ever-increasing growth of information and communication technologies, telerehabilitation, especially home-based rehabilitation (HBR), has been widely considered by researchers. Many software systems are developed to address HBR programs, which includes various functionalities. The aim of this study is to review the functional features of these systems designed for remote supervising of HBR programs. METHODS: Scopus, PubMed, EMBASE, ISI Web of Science, Coc...
#1Jackie Street (UOW: University of Wollongong)
#2Tania Stafinski (U of A: University of Alberta)H-Index: 20
Last. Devidas Menon (U of A: University of Alberta)H-Index: 28
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OBJECTIVES: The terminology used to describe community participation in Health Technology Assessment (HTA) is contested and frequently confusing. The terms patients, consumers, public, lay members, customers, users, citizens, and others have been variously used, sometimes interchangeably. Clarity in the use of terms and goals for including the different groups is needed to mitigate existing inconsistencies in the application of patient and public involvement (PPI) across HTA processes around the...
BACKGROUND: Patients with distributive shock who are unresponsive to traditional vasopressors are commonly considered to have severe distributive shock and are at high mortality risk. Here, we assess the cost-effectiveness of adding angiotensin II to the standard of care (SOC) for severe distributive shock in the US critical care setting from a US payer perspective. METHODS: Short-term mortality outcomes were based on 28-day survival rates from the ATHOS-3 study. Long-term outcomes were extrapol...
OBJECTIVES: Telestroke is an effective way to improve care and health outcomes for stroke patients. This study evaluates the cost-effectiveness of a French telestroke network. METHODS: A decision analysis model was built using population-based data. We compared short-term clinical outcomes and costs for the management of acute ischemic stroke patients before and after the implementation of a telestroke network from the point of view of the national health insurance system. Three effectiveness en...
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