Asia Policy Forum

The HTAi Asia Policy Forum is now in its fifth year. The format of the Asia Policy Forum echoes that of the HTAi Global Policy Forum and provides a unique opportunity as a leadership meeting for senior people from public and private sector organizations using HTA from the Asia Pacific region.  This meeting provides a key networking opportunity for those involved in the different sectors and to meet members of the HTAi Board, and invited international experts, for strategic discussions about the present state of HTA, its development and implications for health care systems, industry, patients and other stakeholders with specific relevance to the region. The aim of the Forum is to provide an environment where senior people can engage in strategic discussions informed by the perspectives of their different organizations without the constraints associated with discussions of specific products or organizational policies.


Chair: Brendon Kearney (Australia)

Members: Yukti Bhargava (Singapore), David Grainger (Australia), Adrian Griffin (United Kingdom), Daphne Khoo (Singapore), Parashar Patel (United States), Nguyen Phuong (Vietnam), Guy Maddern (Australia), Andrew Rintoul (WHO),  Sean Tunis (United States),  Kun Zhao (China)

Observers:  Linda Mundy (Australia), Rebecca Trowman (Australia)

Members of the Asia Policy Forum drive the content, process and format of the HTAi Policy Forum.  The Committee acts as a conduit making-decisions and, where necessary (e.g. where there are budgetary implications), the Chair on behalf of the Forum makes recommendations to the HTAi Executive Committee and HTAi Board for ratification.


Papers of the HTAi Asia Policy Forum: Free Access Now Available

Free access to these papers is available below