CADTH conducts Optimal Use Projects

TitleCADTH conducts Optimal Use Projects
Publication TypeJournal
PublisherCanadian Agency for Drugs and Technologies in Health
Place PublishedOttawa
Year of PublicationSubmitted
AbstractThe Canadian Agency for Drugs and Technologies in Health (CADTH) conducts Optimal Use Projects to encourage ideal prescribing, purchasing, and use of drugs and health technologies by health care providers, policy-makers, and consumers. Optimal Use Projects are often large projects involving systematic reviews of clinical evidence and cost-effectiveness, and development of recommendations and guidance, often in collaboration with a committee or panel comprised of subject-matter experts, public representatives, and other stakeholders from across Canada. To support the implementation of recommendations, CADTH also develops supporting documents and knowledge exchange tools.
KeywordsEvidence-Based Medicine; Technology Assessment, Biomedical
Citation Key258