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It’s important that patients, carers and members of the public can have their say with Health Technology Wales, the national body working to improve the quality of care in Wales.
Do you know a non-medicine health technology or innovative project that can improve the quality of care in Wales?
We appraise technologies throughout their whole lifecycle, from innovation to obsolescence. This enables key people, like care commissioners, to make evidence-informed decisions based on the clinical and cost effectiveness of a technology.
We have some exciting opportunities for people to join the dynamic Health Technology Wales Team for the following positions: Public & Patient Involvement Officer and Health Services Researcher.
The Health Technology Wales team recently attended the Health Technology Assessment international (HTAi) 2019 Annual Meeting in Cologne and were joined by Dr Sally Lewis, a General Practitioner and member of our Appraisal Panel.
The four-day conference was held in Cologne, Germany, and brought together over a thousand Health Technology Assessment (HTA) professionals from 60 countries around the world.
As part of our evaluation, we’d like to know how you feel about our work, what you’re able to learn or gain from it and what you do differently as a result.
The secure online resource helps to identify and support new health technologies as they move from inception to adoption in the UK health and care systems.