Importance of Selecting the Appropriate Therapy for Inflammatory Bowel Disease in the Managed Care Environment

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Facutly

Sheila M. Wilhlem, PharmD, FCCP, BCPS

Clinical Associate Professor

Department of Pharmacy Practice

Wayne State University

Detroit, Michigan

Clinical Pharmacy Specialist

Internal Medicine

Harper University Hospital

Detroit, Michigan

Bryan L. Love, PharmD, BCPS

Clinical Associate Professor

Clinical Pharmacy and Outcomes Sciences Department

South Carolina College of Pharmacy University of South Carolina

Columbia, South Carolina

Foram Mehta, MS, RPh

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Aetna Medicare

Old Bridge, New Jersey

Editorial Support

Christine Sokoloski, MS

Medical Writer

Hillsborough, New Jersey

Jill E. Allen, PharmD

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Pink Oak Associates

Salt Lake City, Utah

Priya Karkhanis

Scientific Consultant

Hillsborough, New Jersey

Participating Faculty

Faculty Disclosures

Sheila M. Wilhelm, PharmD, FCCP, BCPS; Bryan L. Love, PharmD, BCPS;

Foram Mehta, MS, RPh;

and have no relevant financial relationships with commercial interests to disclose.

Editorial Support

Christine Sokoloski, MS; Jill E. Allen, PharmD;

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