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The main methodological aspects in Health Technology Assessment This article reviews the most relevant methodological aspects involved in Health Technology Assessment (HTA). Firstly, it addresses the process of defining the research problem (or scoping). Then it explains some specific aspects of systematic reviews of evidence, as well as indirect and mixed comparisons of the effectiveness of interventions. It covers also the methods for economic evaluation in healthcare and the budget impactdoi:10.4067/s0034-98872014001300003 pmid:24861175 fatcat:3lhpaqjdgvesvh6gcsbimxwbre