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Interventions of Interest: Independent appraisal committee voted that sotatercept demonstrated a net health benefit when compared to background therapy; sotatercept would achieve common thresholds for cost-effectiveness if priced between $17,900 to $35,400 per year. Final Documents ICER’s Chief Medical Officer, David Rind, MD: “Pulmonary arterial hypertension is a progressive disease that can lead to debilitating […]
Interventions of Interest: An independent appraisal committee narrowly voted that currently available evidence for resmetirom is adequate to demonstrate a net health benefit over lifestyle management, whereas current evidence for obeticholic acid was deemed inadequate to demonstrate a net health benefit. ICER analyses suggest resmetirom would achieve common thresholds for cost-effectiveness if priced between $39,600 – $50,100 […]
Interventions of Interest: The independent appraisal committee voted that evidence is not yet adequate to demonstrate a net health benefit for fezolinetant when compared to no pharmacological treatment. Using point estimates from short-term clinical trials, analyses suggest this drug would achieve common thresholds for cost-effectiveness if priced between $2,000 – $2,600 per year for women […]
Interventions of Interest: The majority of independent appraisal committee voted that the evidence is adequate to demonstrate that both AMX0035 and oral edaravone (in population narrower than its label) provide a net health benefit compared to standard of care. They also determined that at current pricing or price estimates both therapies represent a “low” long-term […]
Interventions of Interest: We have deemed this a “special assessment” since this is an early snapshot of emerging agents in the COVID-19 pipeline. December 2022 Update Dominant viral variants, vaccination/prior infection status, and evidence on Paxlovid continue to evolve, but ICER is presenting an update based on recent evidence to help inform new discussions on […]
Interventions of Interest: ICER’s Evidence Report Findings: Tezepelumab reduces asthma exacerbations, but there is uncertainty about long-term safety as with all new biologic therapies; tezepelumab would achieve common thresholds for cost-effectiveness if priced between $9,000 – $12,100 per year. Recommendations for fair access include ensuring that all biologic options be available for patients with severe […]