In collaboration with Patients Rising and the Center for Medicine in the Public Interest, Aimed Alliance will co-host a national media briefing tomorrow to detail the potential for serious risks to patients and the economy from Institute for Clinical and Economic Research’s (ICER) so-called “value-frameworks” including, limiting access to new, life-saving treatments for serious diseases such as multiple myeloma and other cancers; deteriorating quality of care; and stifling medical innovation. The briefing’s panel will release new data demonstrating that ICER’s proposals could result in health care rationing, a serious risk to patient safety. Aimed Alliance’s Director of Public Policy, Stacey L. Worthy, will be a featured speaker at the event. The briefing will take place at 10:00 am CDT, Tuesday, May 24, in the Landmark-1 room at the Marriott St. Louis Grand Hotel in St. Louis, MO, and will also be streamed online to enable national media participation. Click here to learn more.