Health Technology Assessment, Deliberative Process, and Ethically Contested Issues.

@article{Daniels2016HealthTA,
  title={Health Technology Assessment, Deliberative Process, and Ethically Contested Issues.},
  author={Norman Daniels and Gert-Jan van der Wilt},
  journal={International journal of technology assessment in health care},
  year={2016},
  volume={32 1-2},
  pages={10-5}
}
Healthcare technology assessment (HTA) aims to support decisions as to which technologies should be used in which situations to optimize value. Because such decisions will create winners and losers, they are bound to be controversial. HTA, then, faces a dilemma: should it stay away from such controversies, remaining a source of incomplete advice and risking an important kind of marginalization, or should it enter the controversy? The question is a challenging one, because we lack agreement on… CONTINUE READING

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