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Major analysis of the non-invasive treatment of obstructive sleep apnea initiated in Denmark
On November 25, 2022, the Treatment Council (Behandlingsråd) announced the third topic selected for major analyses (større analyser) for 2023.
The selected topic is regarding the non-invasive treatment of obstructive sleep apnea. This topic was nominated in the spring by Rigshospitalet and Gødstrup Regional Hospital, and it was subsequently adjusted after dialogue between clinical environments and the Secretariat of the Treatment Council. The final subject area for the analysis will be determined by the future specialist committee and submitted to the Treatment Council for approval. The Secretariat of the Treatment Council has started work and is expected to make a recommendation in early 2024.
The Treatment Council announced another two topics selected for major analyses for 2023 earlier in October 2022; these included the use of home non-invasive ventilation and the use of internet-based cognitive behavioral therapy.
The Treatment Council is a new body for the procedure and technologies evaluation that became fully operational in late May 2021. The Treatment Council is expected to prepare 2-3 major annual analyses based on the fundamental topics concerning the treatment regimens or treatment organization approaches. Based on the received proposals, the Board of the Danish Regions selects 2-3 analysis topics once a year, which constitutes the Council's annual program for major analyses.
The full details in Danish can be found here.
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