Publications

20 Dec 2013

The purpose of this document is to remove the duplication and variation within and between service providers when collecting patients’ and service users’ demographic data. It will also assist all service providers to collect standard core data about patients and service users. Version 1.1 includes some minor updates and clarifications.

18 Dec 2013

This guidance aims to provide the health information community with an understanding of the systems and factors which need to be considered when adopting a classification or terminology.

9 Dec 2013

These guidelines describe best practice with regard to involving stakeholders in HTA in the Irish healthcare setting. The consultation has now closed and an updated document is available here.

2 Dec 2013
Following a request from the Health Service Executive (HSE), the Authority has undertaken a series of health technology assessments (HTAs) examining clinical referral and treatment thresholds for selected scheduled procedures. The first group of assessments were published in April 2013 (Phase 1 below). The second round of assessments were published in December 2013.

12 Nov 2013

These guidelines are part of a joint consultation that covers two central aspects of Health Technology Assessment (HTA). The consultation runs until 13 December 2013. The Economic guidelines examine if the proposed benefits of a technology represent good value for money, safety and efficacy. These guidelines are a revision to guidelines published in 2010.

12 Nov 2013

These guidelines are part of a joint consultation that covers two central aspects of Health Technology Assessment (HTA). The consultation runs until 13 December 2013. The Budget Impact Assessment is a tool to predict the potential financial impact of the adoption and diffusion of a new technology into a healthcare system with finite resources. These guidelines are a revision to guidelines published in 2010.

5 Nov 2013

This guidebook aims to provide you with information about what is involved in this new process of regulation, inspection and monitoring. It sets out how the new system will work to improve standards for people with disabilities in residential services across Ireland.

25 Oct 2013

The purpose of this document is to remove the duplication and variation within and between service providers when collecting patients’ and service users’ demographic data. It will also assist all service providers to collect standard
core data about patients and service users.

9 Oct 2013

This report presents the findings from the investigation into the care provided by the HSE to patients, including pregnant women, at risk of clinical deterioration. It presents 34 recommendations that focus on improvements required in the University Hospital Galway and across the other 18 public maternity hospitals in Ireland.

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