Strategies for Improving Outcomes in the Management of Epilepsy: Clinician and Payer Perspectives - Part III
This supplement to The American Journal of Managed Care reviews the clinical, psychosocial, and economic burden of epilepsy and describes the heterogeneous nature of this disorder. It also discusses nonclinical challenges in the treatment of epilepsy and describes strategies to improve epilepsy care.
John M. Stern, MD
Associate Professor of Neurology
Department of Neurology
University of California, Los Angeles
Los Angeles, California
John M. Stern, MD, has disclosed the following relevant commercial financial relationships or affiliations in the past 12 months.
Consultant/advisory board: Sunovion, Supernus Pharmaceuticals, UCB, Inc
Honoraria: GlaxoSmithKline, UCB, Inc
Lectureship: GlaxoSmithKline, UCB, Inc
This supplement was supported by UCB, Inc.
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