The objectives are comparison and critical analysis of the management, employment categories and professional qualification of human resources at health technology assessment (HTA) organizations. The method used was international Web-based survey of HTA organizations with diversified profile. A total number of 111 questionnaires from 39 countries on 5 continents were received, representing a 35.58% response rate. According to the respondents (n=48, 45.71±4.86%), management of the organization is performed by a manager, director or president. The regular work on HTA report preparation is carried out in combined mode – as part of the operational activity of the organization, but also with external expertise (n=46, 44.23±4.48%). The workforce employed by the organization most often falls into the category of full-time permanent staff (n=96, 93.20±2.48%). The most common professional qualification of HTA employees is health economics (n=73, 70.87±4.48%), followed by public health professionals (n=66, 64.08±4.73%), epidemiology (n=62, 60.19±4.82%), health service studies (n=62, 60.19±4.82%), biostatistics (n=59, 57.28±4.87%) and physicians from various clinical specialties (n=58, 56.31±4.89%). Regardless of whether the activity will be performed inside or outside the HTA structure, the organization of human resources is a component that contributes to the overall efficiency in the HTA capacity building process. For more information click here.