Generic Adoption Process (GAP) – NHS Technology Adoption Centre (NTAC) – 8 November 2011

Posted on November 14, 2011. Filed under: Health Technology Assessment |

Generic Adoption Process (GAP) – NHS Technology Adoption Centre (NTAC) – 8 November 2011

Extract from the media release 

“The NHS Technology Adoption Centre, NTAC, has launched a new online tool which has been designed to enable proven medical technology to be more efficiently adopted into the NHS. The Generic Adoption Process, or GAP, provides a clear and detailed roadmap, along with the required tools to enable proven medical technologies to be adopted. The unique tool is aimed at both the NHS and private sector suppliers and consolidates NTAC’s extensive and unique learning from a range of successful ‘Technology Implementation Projects’.

GAP is one of a set of new services launched by NTAC which have been designed to speed up the diffusion of proven technologies across the NHS. These services are based on the considerable expertise and knowledge which has been built up over the last four years and are better aligned with the changing NHS and the current medical technology landscape. Led by CEO Sally Chisholm the new NTAC is building on this base of knowledge and experience with a new team of purposely selected individuals who have the skill and expertise to bring life changing technologies to NHS patients.”

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