An impact assessment of the health technology assessments commissioned by NHS Quality Improvement Scotland

Jane Lindsay Caldow, T. Goh, Alice Marian Kiger, J. Reid, Janet Stephen Tucker, Luke David Vale

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Abstract

Health technology assessment (HTA) is increasingly used in health services to promote health, prevent and treat disease and improve rehabilitation and long-term care. However, the impact of HTA on the adoption of the evidence-based recommendations is limited. The aim of this study is to examine the impact of HTAs conducted by NHS Quality Improvement Scotland (NHS QIS) and it predecessor the Health Technology Board for Scotland (HTBS). In this study a structured evaluation of some of the aspects of the dissemination and implementation strategies of the HTAs is presented.
Original languageEnglish
Place of PublicationEdinburgh, United Kingdom
PublisherNHS Quality Improvement Scotland
Number of pages143
Publication statusPublished - Jan 2006

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Caldow, J. L., Goh, T., Kiger, A. M., Reid, J., Tucker, J. S., & Vale, L. D. (2006). An impact assessment of the health technology assessments commissioned by NHS Quality Improvement Scotland. Edinburgh, United Kingdom: NHS Quality Improvement Scotland.

An impact assessment of the health technology assessments commissioned by NHS Quality Improvement Scotland. / Caldow, Jane Lindsay; Goh, T.; Kiger, Alice Marian; Reid, J.; Tucker, Janet Stephen; Vale, Luke David.

Edinburgh, United Kingdom : NHS Quality Improvement Scotland, 2006. 143 p.

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Caldow, JL, Goh, T, Kiger, AM, Reid, J, Tucker, JS & Vale, LD 2006, An impact assessment of the health technology assessments commissioned by NHS Quality Improvement Scotland. NHS Quality Improvement Scotland, Edinburgh, United Kingdom.
Caldow JL, Goh T, Kiger AM, Reid J, Tucker JS, Vale LD. An impact assessment of the health technology assessments commissioned by NHS Quality Improvement Scotland. Edinburgh, United Kingdom: NHS Quality Improvement Scotland, 2006. 143 p.
Caldow, Jane Lindsay ; Goh, T. ; Kiger, Alice Marian ; Reid, J. ; Tucker, Janet Stephen ; Vale, Luke David. / An impact assessment of the health technology assessments commissioned by NHS Quality Improvement Scotland. Edinburgh, United Kingdom : NHS Quality Improvement Scotland, 2006. 143 p.
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