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Join us for a half-day stakeholder event focused on the implementation of the European Union's Health Technology Assessment (HTA) Regulation. The event will bring together key stakeholders from Latvia, Estonia, Lithuania and Poland, including national HTA administrators and representatives from national stakeholders such as patient associations, health professionals, scientific societies, industry representatives, national decision-makers and regional health authorities.

Date and time: Tuesday, 9 April 2024, 9:00 – 12:30 EET (8:00-11:30 CET)

This event is part of a series of regional information events to be organised in 2023 and 2024 across the EU by the European Commission’s Directorate General for Health and Food Safety and the Heads of HTA Agencies Group (HAG), together with national HTA agencies.

At the event in Riga, the European Commission will provide an overview of the new EU HTA Regulation. This will be followed by panel discussions, featuring local speakers who will discuss key topics related to the implementation of the regulation. The event will be held in English.

The panels will cover the following topics, among others to be discussed:

  • Understanding key elements of the EU HTA Regulation
  • Challenges and opportunities in the implementation process
  • Involving stakeholders in EU HTA implementation

The panel discussion will include time for Q&A and audience participation, with the opportunity to engage in lively and constructive discussions.

The detailed programme will be published closer to the date of the event.

At this event, stakeholders from Latvia, Estonia, Lithuania and Poland will be prioritised as attendees. Participants at the onsite location have already been selected and invited as spaces at the venue are very limited. All other stakeholders are invited to join the event online and register here to receive the link to the web streaming:

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This event is organised in partnership with

  • State Agency of Medicines, Latvia
  • Ministry of Social Affairs, Estonia
  • Centre for Health Technology Assessment, Tartu University, Estonia
  • State Medicines Control Agency, Lithuania
  • State Accreditation Authority for Health Care, Lithuania
  • Agency for Health Technology Assessment and Tariff System, Poland
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