What is RedETSA?

Launched in Rio de Janeiro in June 2011, the Health Technology Assessment Network of the Americas (Red de Evaluación de Tecnologías en Salud de las Américas – RedETSA) is a nonprofit network formed by ministries of health, regulatory authorities, health technology assessment agencies, collaborating centers of the Pan American Health Organization/World Health Organization (PAHO/WHO), and research and education institutions in the Region of the Americas. RedETSA has 14 countries represented by 30 institutions, aiming to strengthen and promote the evaluation process of technologies in the Americas, enabling the exchange of information, to support decision-making on the regulation, incorporation, use, and replacement of such technologies. The network runs online meetings and plans online educational programs.


Latest News

Webinar: Particularities in the evaluation and incorporation of Medical Devices

We are pleased to invite you to the next RedETSA Webinar, Friday, October 13, at 11am, Washington DC time. Murilo ...
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7th Meeting of the Regulatory Authorities for the Strengthening of the Medical Devices Regulatory Capacity in the Americas September 21 and 22, 2017 – Ottawa, Canada

The 7th Meeting of the Regulatory Authorities for the Strengthening of the Medical Devices Regulatory Capacity in the Americas was ...
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Impact of Basic Health Care in Brazil

The professor of INC's Master degree in Health Technology Assessment  Anete Trajman has just published a Systematic Review on the ...
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Call for applications- ‘Planning and Management of Health Technology’ Virtual Course

Call for applications- 'Planning and Management of Health Technology' Virtual Course PAHO/WHO are now taking applications for the Virtual Course ...
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