Registration for the HTAi 2023 Annual Meeting is now open!

Each year, the leading minds and senior experts in health technology assessment (HTA) gather at the HTAi Annual Meeting to advance healthcare around the world. The HTAi Annual Meeting is a unique opportunity to be involved in the development and the future of HTA globally. The event draws attendees from over 65 countries and a variety of backgrounds to collaborate, participate, and share information. This year, Annual Meeting attendees will gather in Adelaide, Australia, from June 24 to 28.   

The HTAi 2023 Annual Meeting will introduce hundreds of presentations over five days to promote the development, understanding, and use of HTA around the world as a means of fostering innovation and effective use of resources in health care. The presentations include a keynote presentation and three plenaries that will explore various aspects of the event’s overall theme, the Road to Policy and Clinical Integration for health technologies.  

The HTAi Annual Meeting is open to all HTA collaborators and contributors. While membership to HTAi is not a pre-requisite to attending the Annual Meeting, all active HTAi members enjoy a reduced registration rate in addition to the unparalleled opportunities membership provides. Further registration information is available on the HTAi Annual Meeting website.  

Important upcoming dates: 

  • Early-bird registration deadline: Thurday, March 30, 2023 at Midnight MDT (UTC-6) 
  • Standard registration deadline: Thursday, June 15, 2023 at Midnight MDT (UTC-6) 
  • Last-minute registration: Friday, June 16 to Wednesday, June 28, 2023 

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HTAi invites you to join one of the most unique environments in HTA to develop international collaborations and face the challenges posed in our current local and global health systems. Register for the HTAi 2023 Annual Meeting today!