States May Use ICER to Target ‘Unsupported’ Drug Price Hikes With Chart: Seven of 10 Drugs Saw Price Hikes Without Novel Clinical Evidence, ICER Reports

Editor’s Note: A quotation from Philip Ball has been updated to clarify that he was describing drug manufacturers’ criticisms of ICER, not his own.

As states continue their quest to lower prescription drug prices for the benefit of their budgets and residents, a small but growing number are considering legislation that would levy an 80% tax on drug price increases that the Institute for Clinical Effectiveness Research (ICER) deems “unsupported” by clinical evidence.

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Leslie Small

Leslie Small

Leslie has been reporting and editing in various journalism roles for nearly a decade. Most recently, she was the senior editor of FierceHealthPayer, an e-newsletter covering the health insurance industry. A graduate of Penn State University, she previously served in editing roles at newspapers in Pennsylvania, Virginia and Colorado.

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