Conflict of Interest & Code of Conduct Guidelines

The Institute for Clinical and Economic Review (ICER) provides independent evaluation of the clinical effectiveness and comparative value of health care interventions. In order to ensure the integrity of its research and policy development activities, and to mitigate potential negative impacts, ICER has developed policies on standards for conflicts of interest, interactions with external partners and its approach to managing potential influences on judgment among all participants in its appraisal and policy development work. These standards apply to employees, collaborators, members of independent voting bodies, and individuals who participate in our public meetings.