Health-technology assessment: Its role in strengthening health systems in developing countries

D Mueller, D Tivey, D Croce


Since the 1900s, there has been rapid generation, continuous innovation and incremental improvement of medical technologies.

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D Mueller, Charlotte Maxeke Medical Research Cluster (CMeRC), University of the Witwatersrand, Johannesburg, South Africa

D Tivey, ASERNIP-S, Royal Australasian College of Surgeons, Research and Evaluation, Adelaide, Australia

D Croce, Centro di Ricerca in Economia e Management in Sanità e nel Sociale (CREMS) University Carlo Cattaneo (LIUC)

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Southern African Journal of Public Health (incorporating Strengthening Health Systems) 2017;2(1):6-11. DOI:10.7196/SHS.2017.v2i1.50

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Date submitted: 2017-07-14
Date published: 2017-07-14

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