Health Technology Assessment (HTA) is a multidisciplinary tool that ideally should involve patients’ perspectives; however, in reality there is still a long way to go in achieving meaningful patient involvement in HTA. EPF has just released three consecutive reports to help patients gaining a foothold in the HTA process.Three reports, three different stakeholder groups: HTA agencies (first stage), HTA appraisal committees/policy makers (second stage) and patient organisations (third stage). Through surveys and discussions, EPF collected the views, needs, ideas and expectations of these stakeholders in order to shape the role and scope of patient involvement in HTA processes. All the reports and more information are available here.The final step will be a comprehensive report that will integrate the results of all phases and therefore a complete overview of the three stakeholder groups. The aim is to provide an as accurate as possible state of the art picture of patient involvement in HTA in Europe. For more information, please contact Liuska Sanna, EPF programme manager.