Adelaide Health Technology Assessment's (AHTA's) research has direct impact on health policy, market access and funding decisions, and HTA methodology.

Highly detailed and evidenced-based, our assessments consider the core health technology assessment (HTA) domains, with a focus on comparative safety, effectiveness, cost-effectiveness, ethics and organisational considerations. We also conduct methodological research.

About AHTA

Expertise and leadership informing health decisions with high quality evidence.

About us

Our team

AHTA is a large team of experienced and multi-disciplinary researchers.

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HTA services

Research and services supporting best practice in the evaluation of health interventions.

HTA research and consulting services


AHTA regularly hosts international visitors, postgraduates and academics.


Our impact

Since 2001, AHTA has been providing high impact HTA in Australia and through its dedicated work, improving the health outcomes of the Australian population.

Our impact

Our publications

Access AHTA's library of publications, and gain access to the HTA Glossary - a collaboration of international HTA agencies across the globe.

Our publications

Building capacity in HTA

hOurHTA webinar

Connect with HTA professionals in Australia and New Zealand and attend hOurHTA: a brand new webinar series for people working, or wanting to work, in HTA.

hOurHTA will host speakers from across the HTA community on cutting edge topics in HTA.

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Health Technology Assessment course

The Health Technology Assessment (HTA) course is offered by the School of Public Health in the Faculty of Health and Medical Sciences. The course focuses on learning methods to assess the safety, effectiveness and cost effectiveness of health technologies, and translating the findings into health policy.

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