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Decision-making and medical technology assessment: Three dutch cases

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Currently, he is chairman of the Department of Organization, Technology, and Innovation He has published in the fields of sociology of science and technology, science policy, and the utilization of knowledge in the policy process.

This paper is based upon research commissioned by the Duth Sick Fund Council. The results of this analysis are published (in Dutch) in the reportBesluitovorming en Medisch Technologisch Aspectenonderzoek (Decisionmaking and Medical Technology Assessment), Amstelveen: Ziekenfondsraad, 1990.

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Van Rossum, W. Decision-making and medical technology assessment: Three dutch cases. Knowledge and Policy 4, 107–124 (1991). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF02692750

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Keywords

  • Liver Transplantation
  • Policy Actor
  • Policy Process
  • Medical Team
  • Scientific Quality