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Evidence to Improve Care

Journal: Ontario Health Technology Assessment Series

As part of our core function to promote health care supported by the best evidence available, we use established scientific methods to analyze the evidence for a wide range of health interventions, including diagnostic tests, medical devices, interventional and surgical procedures, health care programs and models of care. These analyses may be informed and complemented by input from a range of individuals, including patients and clinical experts, and serve as the basis for the Ontario Health Technology Advisory Committee's recommendations about whether health care interventions should be publicly funded or not.

Find all of Health Quality Ontario’s health technology assessments since 2011 in the tables below.

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