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Powering evidence-informed drug and health technology decisions for sustainable, world-class health care for all

We are experts at finding, interpreting, and assembling the best available information, and we know that evidence is the foundation of good decision-making.

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CADTH named one of the National Capital Region's top employers

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We are proud and excited to share that our organization has been named one of the National Capital Region's top employers for 2024.

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We are proud and excited to share that our organization has been named one of the National Capital Region's top employers for 2024. This special ...
Current consultation status: Open Consultation period: January 25 to February 22, 2024 CADTH is taking steps to help drug sponsors enhance the budget ...
Call for Nominations: Expert and Advisory Committee Members Coming Soon! The 2024 call for nominations will be open from March 4, 2024, to April 2, 2024 ...
As announced on December 18 by the Government of Canada, CADTH will become the Canadian Drug Agency (CDA). We are excited and humbled by this ...
December 18, 2023 | Ottawa, Ontario | Health Canada Helping make Canada's drug system more sustainable and better prepared for the future Canadians ...
CADTH has released a preview of the results from its Canadian Medical Imaging Inventory (CMII) survey, a national survey of imaging facilities across ...

Bringing foresight and focus to health leaders, health systems, and patients

CADTH is a not-for-profit organization responsible for providing Canada’s healthcare decision-makers with objective evidence to help make informed decisions about the optimal use of drugs and medical devices in our healthcare system.

Upcoming Events

Rare Disease Day 2024 Summit

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8:00 am

2024 Watch List: Care for Children and Youth With Medical Complexity

1:00 p.m. to 2:00 p.m. ET (free Online)

HTAi 2024 Annual Meeting

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8:00 am
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CADTH recognizes the traditional territories, rights, and diversity of all First Nations, Inuit, and Métis communities across Canada. Indigenous Peoples have been, and continue to be, excluded from and harmed by Canada's health care systems. In the spirit of reconciliation, CADTH is committed to addressing these inequities alongside Indigenous communities.