COMMENT ON THE DRAFT SCOPING DOCUMENT: DIRECTIONS
WHAT HAPPENS IN THIS STEP?
The Draft Scoping Document is posted to the website and announced by email.
The document is open to a three-week public comment period.
WHAT INFORMATION IS MOST HELPFUL?
Input on what is included or left out of the scope that is most important to patients (E.g. patient subgroups, treatments, or additional benefits to include in the report)
Any additional patient-related resources
Which clinical trial data are most related to patient-centered outcomes
HOW DO I GIVE INPUT?
ICER accepts comments for three weeks.
The deadline is listed in the posting announcement and on the website.
Email comments to email@example.com.
Comments must be sent as a Word document in 12-point Times New Roman font.
Comments can be up to three pages (not including references). Any additional data that your organization may have, such as analyses of patient populations or survey results, can be submitted in addition to your comment and is not included in the page limit.
HOW DOES ICER USE MY INPUT?
ICER reviews all comments received and considers what changes need to be made to the scope before work on the report begins. For example, ICER might include an additional patient subgroup, or consider an additional outcome measure.
Written comments, including those submitted by individual patients, will be posted publicly to the ICER website with the Evidence report.