Participating Faculty: Managed Care's Role in Improving Adherence and Outcomes in Solid Organ Transplantation

Supplements and Featured Publications, Managed Care’s Role in Improving Adherence and Outcomes in Solid Organ Transplantation [CME/CPE], Volume 21, Issue 1 Suppl

Faculty

Cher Enderby, PharmD, BCPS, BCNSP

Transplant Pharmacist

Mayo Clinic

Department of Pharmacy

Jacksonville, Florida

Cesar A. Keller, MD

Professor of Medicine

Medical Director, Lung Transplant Program

Mayo Clinic

Jacksonville, Florida

A. Scott Mathis, PharmD

Director of Pharmacy

Monmouth Medical Center

Long Branch, New Jersey

Editorial Support

Priya H. Karkhanis, MS

Medical Consultant

Hillsborough, New Jersey

Faculty Disclosures

Drs Enderby, Keller, and Mathis, and Ms Karkhanis have no relevant commercial financial relationships or affiliations to disclose.

The American Journal of Managed Care

Publishing Staff—Jeff D. Prescott, PharmD, RPh, and Ida Delmendo have no relevant financial relationships with commercial interests to disclose.

Penn State College of Medicine

Planning staff and faculty involved in the development and review of this activity have no relevant financial relationships with commercial

interests to disclose.

Pharmacy Times Office of Continuing Professional Education

Planning staff—David Heckard; Steve Lin, PharmD, RPh; Donna Fausak; and Nathalie Harden have no relevant financial relationships

with commercial interests to disclose.

This supplement to The American Journal of Managed Care is intended to provide an understanding of solid organ transplantation as it relates to improving long-term graft survival. Included are the most recent data on transplant types and their outcomes, approaches to managing immunosuppression and its adverse effects, data on cost-effectiveness of transplantation, and strategies to improve adherence.