Health Technology Assessment (HTA) and Health Economics
- Technical Cooperation
- Tobacco in South America
Institutional agreements and document access policy
We work with governments, health funders (social security and private health insurance companies), and technology manufacturers from Argentina and Latin America to develop health technology assessment documents, economic evaluations, and technical cooperation projects.
Agreements with governments and official entities:
We conduct different technical cooperative activities with Argentine official agencies, such as the Government of the City of Buenos Aires, the National Department of Health, and provincial governments. Internationally, we have entered into cooperative agreements with organizations such as the Brazilian Health Surveillance Agency (ANVISA), the National Resources Fund (Fondo Nacional de Recursos) and Uruguay’s Social Security Bank (Banco de Previsión Social de la República Oriental del Uruguay). We have also developed projects for Colombia’s Ministry of Health and Social Protection and for the Mexican National Center of Health Technology Excellence (CENETEC, for its Spanish acronym).
For more information about these agreements, you can contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or (+54 11) 4777-8767.
Document access policy:
Users registered in our database can have free access to most document abstracts. User registration with the IECS only takes a few minutes, is free, and gives access to a large amount of documents.
Some full texts can be accessed freely by registered IECS users but others have restricted access and can be viewed only by institutions under special agreements with the IECS. When access is required for academic or research purposes, we can authorize it. If you need to consult some of these documents please contact us.
For more information about document access or to find out how to enter into a special access agreement between the IECS and your institution, contact us at email@example.com or (+54 11) 4777-8767.