ICER’s Final NASH Report Urges Step Therapy, Specialist Prescribing, Equitable Access
When the first non-alcoholic steatohepatitis drugs reach market, the health cost watchdog says payers will be justified in setting step-therapy including weight-management efforts, while early prescribing should be by specialists.
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