For the first time, a single reference identifies medical technology assessment programs. A valuable guide to the field, this directory contains more than 60 profiles of programs that conduct and report on medical technology assessments. Each profile includes a listing of report citations for that program, and all the reports are indexed under major subject headings. Also included is a cross-listing of technology assessment report citations arranged by type of technology headings, brief descriptions of approximately 70 information sources of potential interest to technology assessors, and addresses and descriptions of 70 organizations with memberships, activities, publications, and other functions relevant to the medical technology assessment community.
Institute of Medicine. 1988. Medical Technology Assessment Directory: A Pilot Reference to Organizations, Assessments, and Information Resources. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. https://doi.org/10.17226/1090.
|Part 1: Assessment Program Profiles and Report Citations||1-310|
|Part 2: Assessment Report Citations Listed by Technology||311-498|
|Part 3: Information and Data Resources||499-554|
|Part 4: Organizational Resources||555-606|
|Part 5: Index to Organizations||607-628|
|Appendix A: Aout the Council on Health Care Technology and Rosters of Council and Panels||631-640|
|Appendix B: Funding Sources for the Council on Health Care Technology||641-644|
|Appendix C: Survey of Organizations with an Ongoing Medical Technology Assessment Program||645-662|
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