How could Ethical, Legal, Social & Organizational issues be further integrated in HTA processes? A proposal of “extended” ELSI logics: justifications and considerations moving from the debate and the experience.

Dario Sacchini, Pietro Refolo, Marina Casini, Americo Cicchetti, Antonio Gioacchino Spagnolo, Roberta Minacori, Emanuela Midolo, Rossella Di Bidino, Marco Marchetti, Angelica Carletto

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Abstract

It is known that ethical, legal, social and organizational domains are formally included among others in an health technology assessment (HTA)process. Nevertheless, there is - for various reasons - some difficulty to include those domains from the substantial point of view. The result is non infrequently that the HTA report will substantially reduces to the "classic" domanins represented by efficacy, safety, epidemiologic, economic domains, leaving out the other domains. This papaer aims to propose and argue in favour of the possibile introduction of the ELSI lofics in the HTA processes
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publication10th HTAi Seoul 2013
Pages111
Number of pages1
Publication statusPublished - 2013
Event10th HTAi SEOUL 2013. Evidence, Values and Decision Making: Science or Art? - Seoul
Duration: 15 Jun 201319 Jun 2013

Conference

Conference10th HTAi SEOUL 2013. Evidence, Values and Decision Making: Science or Art?
CitySeoul
Period15/6/1319/6/13

Keywords

  • health technology assessment

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