Organizational Members

HTAi Membership Details

Organizational memberships allow up to five*** individuals from the same organization to join HTAi under the same membership.

The HTAi membership year runs January 1 to December 31.

Membership Access

Organizational members receive:

Purchasing an organizational membership

To purchase or renew an organizational membership, follow this link.

For more information, contact the HTAi Secretariat at info@htai.org.

Membership Pricing
Organizational Members
For profit Organizations $3,750.00
Not-For-Profit Organizations $1,875.00
Not-for-Profit Organizations-Low Income Country* Link $150.00
Not-For-Profit Organizations-Middle Income Country* Link $450.00

 

*Upper Middle-Income, Low Income and Lower Middle-Income Countries are based on the World Bank standards.

**Eligibility for the Patient/Consumer Volunteer membership category is restricted to individuals who encounter HTA through their roles as patients, care-givers, or consumers, and who do not encounter HTA through paid employment. New members in this category are asked to submit a brief statement describing their involvement with HTA.

***Students require proof of enrollment in the form of a Student ID. Organizational members can have up-to five individuals registered under one organizational membership. Organizational members from Low and Middle-Income Countries can designate an unlimited number of individual members. All figures are in U.S. dollars.

2020 Organizational Members

  1. Adelaide Health Technology Assessment (AHTA)
  2. AETSA – Fundacion Publica Andaluza Progreso y Salud (Spain)
  3. Agenzia Sanitaria e Sociale Regionale (Regione Emilia-Romagna)
  4. AHRQ – Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality (USA)
  5. All Wales Therapeutics and Toxicology Centre
  6. Avalia-t
  7. Brazilian Ministry of Health (Brazil)
  8. Blue Cross Blue Shield Association
  9. CADTH – Canadian Agency for Drugs and Technologies in Health (Canada)
  10. CEEBM CMH-FMUI (Indonesia)
  11. CMTP – Center for Medical Technology Policy (USA)
  12. CONITEC – National Committee for Technology Incorporation (Brazil)
  13. Finnish Coordinating Centre for HTA (FinCCHTA)
  14. HAS – French National Authority for Health (France)
  15. Health Technology Assessment Association (Russia)
  16. Health Technology Wales (United Kingdom)
  17. Healthcare Improvement Scotland (UK)
  18. HIQA – Health Information and Quality Authority (Ireland)
  19. ICER – Institute for Clinical & Economic Review (USA)
  20. INEAS (Instance Nationale de l’Évaluation & de l’Accréditation en Santé)
  21. Institute of Health Economics (Canada)
  22. Instituto Aragonés de Ciencias de la Salud (IACS) –Health Sciences Institute in Aragon
  23. International Centre for Community-Driven Research
  24. IQWiG – Institute for Quality and Efficiency in Health Care (Germany)
  25. Kaiser Permanente (USA)
  26. Ministry of Health (Malaysia)
  27. NECA – National Evidence-based Healthcare Collaborating Agency (South Korea)
  28. NICE – National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (UK)
  29. NIHR Innovation Observatory, Newcastle University (UK)
  30. NIPHNO – Norwegian Institute of Public Health Norway (Norway)
  31. Norwegian Centre for E-health Research (Norway)
  32. OSTEBA – Basque Office for Health Technology Assessment (Spain)
  33. PBAC&MSAC Australia Government, Department of Health and Ageing (Australia)
  34. PCORI – Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute (USA)
  35. Swedish Council on HTA (SBU) and Swedish Dental and Pharmaceutical Benefits Agency (TLV) – joint membership (Sweden)
  36. Swiss Federal Office of Public Health (Switzerland)
  37. ZINL – National Health Care Institute (Netherlands)