NICE confirms recommendation for Jetrea reimbursement in England, Wales

The U.K.’s National Institute for Health and Care Excellence issued a final appraisal determination for Jetrea confirming the vitreomacular traction treatment option will be recommended for reimbursement in England and Wales via the National Health Service, according to a news release.The final appraisal determination also expanded potential cases in which use of Jetrea (ocriplasmin, ThromboGenics) may be reimbursed to include patients with symptoms of early vitreomacular traction (VMT) such as metamorphopsia, the release said. The treatment is recommended for reimbursement for full-thickness macular hole up to 400 µm in diameter (Read more...)

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