Nonalcoholic Steatohepatitis

Midwest CEPAC

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the NASH assessment will be paused now, and all additional deadlines and public comment opportunities will be pushed back approximately 2-3 months.


ICER plans to assess the comparative clinical effectiveness and value of obeticholic acid (Intercept) for the treatment of non-alcoholic steatohepatitis (NASH). Obeticholic acid has received a breakthrough therapy designation from the FDA, with an anticipated decision expected in the first half of 2020.

Date of Review: August 2020

For questions, please contact Zunelly Odhiambo at Zodhiambo@icer-review.org..

ASSOCIATED MEETING & MATERIALS

Midwest CEPAC
August 13, 2020 9:30 am - 4pm CT
TBD

The Midwest CEPAC will convene to deliberate and vote on evidence presented in ICER's report on treatments for NASH.

Key Dates

Associated Materials

10/08/2019 – 10/25/2019
Open Input Period

10/30/2019

10/30/2019 – 11/20/2019

10/30/2019

12/02/2019

01/15/2020

02/05/2020

03/19/2020

03/19/2020

03/19/2020 – 06/24/2020
Public Comments

07/21/2020
Revised Voting Questions

07/21/2020
Evidence Report

07/21/2020
Response to Comments

08/13/2020

08/13/2020
Evidence Presentation

09/03/2020
Final Policy Recommendations

09/03/2020
Final Evidence Report and Meeting Summary

09/03/2020
Report-at-a-Glance


ASSOCIATED MEETING & MATERIALS

New England CEPAC

The Westin Portland Harborview
157 High Street
Portland, ME 04101

The New England CEPAC convened to deliberate and vote on evidence presented in ICER's report on obeticholic acid (Intercept Pharmaceuticals, Inc.) for use in PBC and NASH.

Obeticholic acid (OCA) is a novel bile acid analogue that has shown positive effects on biochemical markers of liver function in phase II trials (NCT00550862) and is currently under consideration by the FDA for treatment of primary biliary cholangitis (PBC) after failure of Ursodeoxycholic Acid (UDCA). Primary biliary cholangitis (PBC), which has until recently been called primary biliary cirrhosis, is a rare, chronic, progressive autoimmune liver disease that affects mainly middle-aged women. In the US, up to 130,000 individuals may have PBC.
In January 2015, obeticholic acid also received a breakthrough designation for treatment of non-alcoholic steatohepatitis (NASH) with concomitant liver fibrosis. Interim findings from the phase III trial are not expected to be available until March 2017; however, clinical interest in potential off-label use of obeticholic acid is likely to be great, given the lack of available treatments with liver-specific effects. NASH is form of nonalcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD) that can progress to cirrhosis, liver failure, and cancer. NASH is present in about 30 million adults in the US.
Intervention of Interest: Obeticholic Acid (Intercept Pharmaceuticals, Inc.)

Date of Review: July 2016

For questions or additional information, please contact info@icer-review.org

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Associated Materials