How Do Prescription Drug Prices Relate to Their Value?
Who assesses how well a drug works and the economic value that represents for patients? How is the clinical effectiveness of a drug for a certain condition assessed vs. its competitors – and a “fair price” established?
The Institute for Clinical and Economic Review (ICER) is an independent, nonprofit watchdog on drug pricing.
You’ve asked about ICER – now find out:
- What a value-based framework for drug pricing is
- How ICER evaluates CAR-T and other emerging therapies
- ICER’s comparative assessments of drugs for conditions like RA, MS and migraine
- How policymakers, employers, and other decision-makers are using ICER’s work