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We will maintain our focus on improving ways of working to make the most effective use of our people, business technology and information and data. In response to the COVID-19 pandemic we are adapting our oversight model to develop a remote form of assessment.
We continue to engage with and involve both professionals and the public on our work, and provide timely advice and guidance on areas that affect them.
Following the UK’s exit from the EU, we are continuing to work closely with DHSC and its arm’s-length bodies to understand the opportunities available to the UK and our health and care system. This includes supporting the cross-organisational work on the UK’s future relationships with the EU and...
The Organ Donation (Deemed Consent) Act 2019 came into force on 20th May 2020, changing the legal basis for consent for deceased organ donation in England. We worked with stakeholders and government throughout 2019/20 to amend our Codes of Practice, and this year will be supporting the...
In 2020/21 we are undertaking a project to move offices to a new, shared space with other arm’s length bodies of DHSC. This will give us new opportunities to share learnings and improve the overall regulatory framework for organisations working across the healthcare spectrum.
This business plan sets out our ambitions for 2020/21. The HTA operates a continuous business planning process - we maintain a pipeline of proposed business activities over a three-year period, which allows us to adapt and plan in response to changes in our operating environment.
We are now in the third year of a multi-year strategy stemming from a review that took place in 2017. At this time, the HTA undertook a fundamental evaluation of the extent to which our strategic approach protects public and professional confidence in the proper use, and quality and safety of,...
The HTA is an executive Non-Departmental Public Body sponsored by the Department of Health and Social Care, established by the Human Tissue Act 2004.
This business plan sets out our priorities and objectives for the 2020/21 business year. Please use the navigation bar on the left to browse.