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Ethical evaluation in health technology assessment reports: An eclectic approach

Ethical evaluation in health technology assessment reports: An eclectic approach,10.1017/S0266462307051501,International Journal of Technology Assessm

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    • ...However, although ethical evaluation helps stakeholders realize the consequences of implementing a healthcare intervention at the micro (patient), meso (institution) and macro (society) levels [25], only 47% of the International Network of Agencies for Heath Technology Assessment (INAHTA) member organizations reported including ethics in their assessments [26]...
    • ...It may also reflect difficulty in positioning Turner syndrome on a scale encompassing all diseases, since specialists typically focus on their practice and tend to rank diseases and interventions within the range of patients they see [25]...

    Mireille M Goetghebeuret al. Combining multicriteria decision analysis, ethics and health technolog...

    • ...Even though the assessment of ethical aspects of health technology is listed as one of its objectives, in practice, the integration of these dimensions into HTA reports remains often limited (Ashcroft 1999)...

    Dario Sacchiniet al. Health technology assessment (HTA): ethical aspects

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