News & Events

Check back here for regular news updates, event information and press releases.

Event

Jul 2019

International progress for Health Technology Wales at HTAi 2019

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.

News

Jul 2019

Health Technology Wales launch online stakeholder survey

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.

News

May 2019

Health Technology Wales approved Data Accessor for NICE’s new Health Tech Connect resource

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.

News

May 2019

Health Technology Wales sign a strategic collaboration with WHSSC

The Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) will support us to form closer connections with WHSSC, who share complimentary remits and roles.

News

May 2019

Health Technology Wales commit to strategic collaboration with Bevan Commission

Both organisations share complementary remits and have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to improve the quality of care in Wales.

Case Study

‘Celtic connections’ alliance celebrates early success

Having recently entered a ‘Celtic connections’ strategic alliance with our equivalent national bodies in Scotland and Ireland, we’re happy to report that progress is already being made.

News

Apr 2019

We’ve grown! Meet our new recruits

The Health Technology Wales (HTW) team has grown again in recent months, with the recruitment of three new team members.

Event

Join us for the Welsh Health Hack 2019

The Welsh Health Hack will again bring healthcare professionals together with digital, technology and data companies to solve clinical problems and challenges from across the health and care system in Wales.

News

Patient, carer and public voices to be heard by Health Technology Wales

Patients, carers and members of the public will have their voices heard as we work to improve the quality of care in Wales.