International Society of Technology Assessment in Health Care (ISTAHC)
Société internationale d'évaluation de la technologie en soins de santé
Sociedad Internacional de Evaluación de Tecnologias de la Salud
1985-05-21 Copenhagen Denmark
21 May 1985, Copenhagen (Denmark), at 1st meeting. Constitution adopted May 1986, Washington DC (USA). Ceased to exist Feb 2003. Succeeded by F-XF6998 - Health Technology Assessment International (HTAi).
Encourage research, education, cooperation and the exchange of information concerning the clinical, economic and social implications of health care technologies; promote the development and implementation of policies and procedures which facilitate the rational diffusion of new technologies and the optimal use of existing ones.
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