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Edward C. Li and Jessica DeMartino

comparative list to be applied to their patients. The final selection of a specific treatment is then made based on patient-specific parameters. NCCN proposes a draft paradigm, named the Comparative Therapeutic Index (CTI) , for consideration to systematize

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8 8 Suppl_5 Suppl_5 Preliminary Report: The Development of the NCCN Comparative Therapeutic Index™ as a Clinical Evaluative Process for Existing Data in Oncology Li Edward C. PharmD, BCOP DeMartino Jessica PhD 8 2010 8 8 Suppl_5 Suppl_5 S-1 S-1 S-9

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Elizabeth Danielson, Jessica DeMartino and Jill A. Mullen

payment, coverage, or treatment, or be used to deny coverage. To address CER in oncology, NCCN introduced the NCCN Comparative Therapeutic Index™ (CTI) as an analytic method for near-term comparative effectiveness analyses of existing data. 18 The NCCN

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Shane Lloyd, Daniela L. Buscariollo, Cary P. Gross, Danil V. Makarov and James B. Yu

DeMartino J . Preliminary report: the development of the NCCN Comparative Therapeutic Index as a clinical evaluative process for existing data in oncology . J Natl Compr Canc Netw 2010 ; 5 ( Suppl 5 ): S1 – 9 . 16. Wilensky GR . Developing a