ICER


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ICERInducible cAMP Early Repressor
ICERIncremental Cost-Effectiveness Ratio
ICERInformation and Consultation of Employees Regulations (EU directive)
ICERInternational Computing Education Research (Workshop)
ICERInternational Congress of Eye Research
ICERIncident Communications Emergency Reference (US FEMA)
ICERInstitute for Clinical and Epidemiologic Research
ICERInteroperability Certification Evaluation Report
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But Mr Marshall's family and their lawyer are furious at the claim, which contradicts shocking video evidence of the altercation between Mr Marshal l and 13 of f icers at HMP Saughton in Edinburgh.
Additionally, when factoring in the societal perspective, ICER found AR101 to be even more cost-effective compared to avoidance alone.
Hence, the ICER of treatment with sevelamer relative to CaCO3 was RM39,050 ($11,906) per LY gained and RM47,679 ($14,536) per QALY gained.
Icer said the court TRO could lead to the cancellation of the project funded by the Korean Economic Development Cooperation Fund-Korea Eximbank.
This analysis tested whether large ranges and their 95% confidence intervals could disturb the final ICER.
Inmate telephone providers without access to ICER will not be able to identify and alert agencies to these calls and illegal inmate-to-inmate communication will continue to occur unnoticed.
"ICER's new program will make a huge difference by providing what is sorely needed: an independent, trusted source of information about new drugs," stated Steve Miller, chief medical officer of Express Scripts, one of the nation's largest pharmacy benefits managers.
ICER arises from the transcription of the CREM gene, directed via the P2 alternative internal intronic promoter [1].
The report, by the newly created International Confederation of Energy Regulators (ICER), gathers information and regulatory practices around the world aimed at fostering energy efficiency.
For reasons of practicality, the proposed establishment should in the first instance be tasked with evaluating new drugs and technologies; this would include an assessment of their incremental cost-effectiveness ratio (ICER) against a nationally defined ICER threshold that is defined in cost per additional quality-adjusted life-year (QALY).
In this model, incremental cost-effectiveness ratio (ICER) calculations were based on costs measured as US dollars for 2005 and effectiveness measured as quality-adjusted life years (QALYs).