Welcome to The Resource Center Health Technology Assessment

Health Technology Assessment (HTA) refers to the systematic evaluation of the health of technology properties, effect evaluation evaluation health of health, and/or impacts of healthtechnology. It is a multidisciplinary process to evaluate the social, economic, organisational, and ethical issues of a health intervention conducting an or health technology. The main purpose of conductingan assessment is to inform policy decision-making.

HTA mainly prioritises the needs of healthcare. Its main purpose is to generalize the knowledge of the medical industry and establish policies for providing the right treatment to the right patient at the right time and at the right cost. It also aims to provide Universal Health Coverage while minimising Pocket Expenditure (OOPE) and help patients benefit from emerging medical technology and medical engineering.

About Department of Health Research (DHR), MoHFW, GoI

The President notified the creation of the Department of Health Research under the Ministry of Health & Family Welfare through an amendment to the Government of India (Allocation of Business) Rules, 1961 on the 17th September 2007. The Department of Health Research was formally launched on 5th October 2007 by the Minister for Science & Technology and Earth Sciences in a function presided over by the Minister for Health & Family Welfare, in the presence, inter-alia, of the Minister of State for Health & Family Welfare.

Department of Health Research (DHR) was created as a separate Department within the Ministry of Health & Family Welfare by an amendment to the Government of India (Allocation of Business) Rules, 1961 on 17th Sept, 2007. The Department became functional from November 2008 with the appointment of first Secretary of the Department. The aim of the DHR is to bring modern health technologies to the people through research and innovations related to diagnosis, treatment methods and vaccines for prevention; to translate them into products and processes and, in synergy with concerned organizations, introduce these innovations into public health system.

Dr. Mansukh Mandaviya Hon'ble Cabinet Minister
Dr. Bharati Pravin Pawar Hon'ble Minister of State
Prof. S. P. Singh Baghel Hon'ble Minister of State


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Meet Our Team RCHTA AIIMS Jodhpur

Dr. Madhabananda Kar
Executive Director
Dr. Kuldeep Singh,
Professor, Pediatrics
Dr. Naveen Sharma,
Professor, General Surgery
Dr. Pratibha Singh,
Professor, Obs. & Gyn.
Dr. Pankaj Bhardwaj,
Professor, CMFM
Dr. Jaykaran Charan,
Additional Professor, Pharmacology
Dr. Nikhil Kothari,
Additional Professor, Anae. & Crit. Care.
Dr. Akhil Dhanesh Goel,
Additional Professor, CMFM
Dr. Ruchi Garg,
Assistant Professor, Hospital Admin.
Dr. Amit Mittal,
Scientist “D” RCHTA, AIIMS J
Dr. Mamta Patel,
Scientist “C” RCHTA, AIIMS J
Mr. Anurag Vijay,
Administrative Assistant RCHTA, AIIMS J
Dr. Ankur Sankhla,
Field Investigator RCHTA, AIIMS J
Mr. Manmohan Singh,
Field Officer RCHTA, AIIMS J