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REIMBURSEMENT UNRAVELLED: One step at a time towards HTA and reimbursement goals in South Africa

This article was originally published in Clinica

Executive Summary

To the outsider, progress in establishing public sector reimbursement and HTA systems in South Africa might seem slow – as are the plans for the national regulatory system. But a closer look reveals that HTA processes are becoming ingrained, and plans for national health insurance (NHI) are on the health ministry’s agenda. SAMED executive officer Tanya Vogt and local HTA expert Jani Müller provide an update on a healthcare system that is becoming increasingly evidence based

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