The Institute for Clinical and Economic Review (ICER) on Wednesday, Aug. 21, revealed a host of proposed changes to its value assessment framework for 2020.
According to a press release, the changes are influenced by the organization’s “experience in methods development for health technology assessment reports in the U.S. benchmarking with HTA agencies around the world, and input from stakeholders across the US health system.”
“Since our inception, ICER has strived to combine state-of-the-art academic methods of technology assessment with procedures that create structures for active engagement of all stakeholders and that ultimately achieve the highest level of transparency possible,” ICER President Steven Pearson said in a statement.
ICER is also set to host a Sept. 4 webinar to offer more insight into the organization’s mission, as well as offer a look into the reasoning behind the proposed changes.
Read the proposed changes here.
For additional information and registration details for the upcoming webinar, click here.
To read the full press release, click here.