SearchSkip to Search Results
- 1AHFMR - HTA Unit Report
- 1AHFMR HTA 4
- 1Acoustic Neuroma - Sterotactic Radiosurgery
- 1Community Involvement - Health Technology Assessment
- 1Health Technology Assessment - Risk
- 1Intercranial lesions - Therapy
Assessment of telehealth applications: Version 1
This outline of issues in the assessment of telehealth is intended as a resource document for health care funders, providers and administrators. Health authorities and others in Alberta face decisions on the procurement and use of this information and communication technology. Such decisions...
Much of the activity and purpose of HTA is related to interaction with organizations and individuals with interests in the technologies that are being considered. The focus is often stakeholders with major financial or operational responsibilities for health technologies, including government...
The activities of the HTA Unit in 2002–2003, as reflected in various types of reports it had produced and related dissemination activities, were reviewed in a paper published in 2004. The paper provided an overview of the effectiveness of the Unit as an aid to its future management, drawing on...
The intent is to develop an overview as a guide to HTA managers; this paper should be regarded as a vehicle for further discussion on these issues.
The present report has been prepared following a request by Alberta Health in relation to referral of patients outside the province for treatment with stereotactic radiosurgery (SRS). There was interest by the department in the comparative effectiveness of the two main approaches to SRS (GK and...
The present health technology assessment report has been prepared following a request by Alberta Health and Wellness for additional information on the use of stereotactic radiosurgery (SRS) in the treatment of acoustic neuroma, one of the applications considered in an earlier publication on...