Resources for Evidence and Quality in Health Care
The Cochrane Collaboration is an international not-for-profit organisation, providing up-to-date information about the effects of health care. The Cochrane Library contains regularly updated evidence-based healthcare databases.
DSI Danish Institute for Health Services Research is an independent not-for-profit research institute. The Institute provides research, communication and consultancy services for and with the health sector.
Epistemonikos.org is a collaborative project created by the Evidence-Based Medicine Unit of the Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile. Epistemonikos provides structured summaries of systematic reviews in various languages and links them to the related primary studies. Epistemonikos is available in various languages such as English, Spanish, French, Dutch, Arabic...<
Health technology assessment (HTA) plays an essential role in modern health care policy and practice. HTAi´s mission is to support their work in promoting the introduction of effective innovations and effective use of resources in health care.
INAHTA, establ. in 1993, with a membership of 41 HTA agencies from 21 countries maintains the HTA Database.
ISQua, The International Society for Quality in Health Care, is a non-profit, independent organisation. ISQua works to provide services to guide health professionals, providers, researchers, agencies, policy makers and consumers, to achieve excellence in healthcare delivery to all people, and to continuously improve the quality and safety of care.