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U.S. Population Health at UCB

At UCB, we are unwavering in our purpose to deliver moments that matter for people impacted by severe diseases, now and in the future. People are at the heart of all we do and we consider the person – not just the disease – and the people who care for them, aiming to address their needs in ways that go beyond medicines. 

When it comes to population health, we all contribute to the conditions in which people can be healthy or live their best life – whatever that means for them. Across the therapeutic areas where we work, population health is an important aspect of understanding the needs of people living with severe diseases and seeking solutions to address those needs.

Our population health teams work with a wide range of stakeholders – healthcare professionals, integrated delivery networks, academics, patients and caregivers, and more – to seek to address challenges facing groups of individuals and their health outcomes. Learn more about work in different therapeutic areas and access resources for different stakeholders. 

UCB Population Health Resources

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Exploring Epilepsy

Exploring Epilepsy is designed to be a supportive resource tailored to the unique needs of people living with epilepsy, caregivers, healthcare professionals, and organizational decision makers (Payers, government, etc.). 

Highlights include epilepsy basics, educational tools, health disparity data, and videos. We hope this site helps to empower all members of the epilepsy community navigate their unique epilepsy journey. 

Learn more and explore our educational resources at ExploringEpilepsyToday.com.



VIP Sibling

VIP Sibling was developed for siblings, parents, and caregivers of people living with rare forms of epilepsy. The VIP Sibling Project provides resources online or available by mail to support siblings of these patients. 

Learn more at VIPSibling.com.

To connect with our epilepsy population health partners, please reach out to ucbCARES.

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Wellness4U is our innovative approach to partnering with immunology healthcare providers. Our goal is to advance patient care and immunology patient outcomes through insights and information. 

Learn more about our extensive range of educational programs for healthcare providers at Wellness4U.com.



The UCB Ecosystem Partners Team

The UCB Ecosystem Partners Team identifies partners in healthcare who share a desire to champion a better path forward in care for immunology patients. We do this through education, bringing resources forward for early identification and diagnosis, as well as sharing best practices across the nation that elevate care today and innovate for the future. Check out our video on the Psoriasis Care Gap and Partner Team to learn more.

For more information or to connect with a UCB ecosystem partner, please reach out ucbCARES.

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Bone Health Resources

Check out this comprehensive resource for anyone interested in starting or optimizing post-fracture care programs, part of a collaboration between UCB and Amgen to help organizations establish impactful PFC programs: BoneHealthResources.com 


Meet UCB’s Bone Health Team

Meet UCB's Bone Health Team and learn how UCB is supporting efforts to prevent avoidable fractures. Reach out to ucbCARES to get connected with our team. 


State of post-fracture care and Osteoporosis Treatment Gap

Learn more about the Osteoporosis Treatment Gap here.

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gMG Never Rests

gMG Never Rests (generalized myasthenia gravis – gMG – is a rare disease) is a resource to help patients and HCPs with resources to communicate experiences, recognize symptoms and connect with the community. Learn more at gMGneverrests.com.

To learn more about our population health work in rare diseases, please reach out to ucbCARES.


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