Practical advice for Early Scientific Advice in health technology assessment submissions
The feedback provided in Early Scientific Advice (ESA) engagements can save you time and money by helping avoid decisions that might later result in unfavorable health technology assessment (HTA)outcomes.
For your ESA engagements to be as successful as possible, you need to plan ahead, ensure key stakeholders are involved, and take the appropriate post-meeting actions, including debriefing and cross-functional collaboration.
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Practical advice for Early Scientific Advice (ESA) in HTA submissions
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