EC8001 Assignment 2 Group 3 Marie Sinnott Deirdre Mahony. Health technology assessment of a population-based colorectal cancel screening programme in Ireland (2009). HiQA – Health Technology Assessment (HTA). HiQA has statutory responsibility for Health Technology Assessment;
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Group 3 Marie Sinnott
Earlier detection and treatment for better outcomes;
Invite a defined population who are at average risk to attend screening;
Many different interventions available with different age targets;
Population screening programmes widely used internationally
Found to be cost-effective and occasionally cost-saving
WHO guidance – must be effective, safe and acceptable to the population. Must be cost-effective and feasible for the health care systemThe Possible Solution?
Dealing with uncertainty
To predict the Future
ScHARR Model – modified to the Irish setting;
Whole of population approach;
Cost estimates were compiled from hospital/pharmacies data and other studies;
Extensive sensitivity analysis was conductedEconomic Model