Portugal gets mandate to negotiate health technology assessment law
The Portuguese presidency of the Council of the European Union on Wednesday obtained a mandate from the member states to start negotiations with the European Parliament on a legislative proposal on Health Technology Assessment (HTA). (…)
The 27 took more than three years to agree on their common position around a proposal put forward by the (former) European Commission in January 2018 to create a basis for permanent cooperation between member states for the joint assessment of new medicines and certain medical devices. The European Parliament agreed its position in February 2019. (…)
[Edited by Josie Le Blond]
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Por: André Curvelo Campos
Fonte: EurActiv, em 25 de Março de 2021