The first draft of the report generated from stakeholder consultations on Phase II of the transfer of pCODR to CADTH is now available.
The report summarizes the key points, questions, and comments from the Stakeholder Information Sessions held on February 5, 2015.
Click here to view the report and access the stakeholder feedback template.
Effective April 1, 2015, the pCODR office is moving to 154 University Avenue, Suite 300 in Toronto — just a few blocks north of our current location. This move allows us to continue with our transition to CADTH but maintains our central location in downtown Toronto.
Please note the new main telephone and fax numbers below:
February 17, 2015
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Love it or hate it, social media is here to stay, and the normally cautious field of Canadian health care is embracing it.
But what does it mean for health care leaders and decision-makers? When there aren’t enough hour...
Pilot Extension for Individual Patient Input to CDR
We are further extending the pilot to receive patient input submissions from individual patients and caregivers for an additional six months (until August 3, 2015).
CADTH will accept patient input from individual patients or caregivers when there is no patient group or related patient group rep...
Nominations are now being accepted for two prestigious awards for outstanding achievement in the field of health technology assessment (HTA) in Canada.
The Dr. Jill M. Sanders Award of Excellence in Health Technology Assessment recognizes individuals whose outstanding achievements have significantly advanced the field of HTA in Canada.