People with severe diseases inspire us to make a meaningful difference to as many lives as possible
People living with severe diseases rely on us to develop new creative solutions that will have a positive impact on their lives
Holding ourselves and each other accountable delivers superior and sustainable value to patients
Entrepreneurs think big and constantly focus on creating superior customer value
Overarching principle by which we operate, engage, and interact with customers and other stakeholders, as well as one another
Diversity of thoughts and an inclusive approach are cornerstones of success
Caring for people with severe diseases, customers, and colleagues is at the heart of what we do and makes us better
There are 4 principles that serve as the basis of everything we do. They focus on better understanding not only our patients, but the ecosystem of care that impacts and touches them. We are focused on translating these principles into specific actions, behaviors, and decisions every day—with the intent of creating even greater value for patients. It’s likely that the principles your organizations hold are similar and likewise are pushing you to evolve based upon the rapidly changing healthcare landscape.
“Helpfulness and generosity” is about building trustful relationships with both internal and external stakeholders and offering help and resources in the interest of patients.
“From noise to signal” is developing a deeper understanding of the patient’s reality and the ecosystem of care.
“Space with consistency” means ensuring others have space to develop alternatives and are aligning efforts towards the common purpose of maximizing impact for the patients.
“From task to value” is about making courageous decisions to create value for patients and forging strategic collaborations that provide benefits to all – patients, key stakeholders like you, and UCB.
Navigating the Epilepsy Ecosystem on behalf of the patient population to discover, synthesize, and share compelling evidence for improved outcomes. Those who suffer from epilepsy are in great need of improved care. That need serves as the foundation of our epilepsy team’s vision of removing healthcare barriers, reducing societal challenges, and identifying population health gaps for those with epilepsy.
We foresee a vision for 2030 where epilepsy patients are treated by a diverse core of medicine-based solutions, each well fit through the use of predictive analytics and biomarkers and each augmented through technologies and services to drive better outcomes.
Ensuring that patients are aligned with the best solutions to reduce or eliminate the impact of epilepsy on their lives
Engaging with patients to support them in reaching their ideal and to augment the impact of our medicines
Raising the standard of care through new solutions for those left behind by the current medicines and improving access to proven solutions for all.
The mission of UCB’s Population Health Team is to champion health equity and quality care for everyone in the epilepsy community. How do we create better value for people living with epilepsy through population health?3
We listen to the voices in the epilepsy patient journey and then connect in order to identify customized solutions to enhance the outcomes.
The UCB Population Health Team is always working towards developing projects and nurturing collaborations that create value for those with epilepsy. Check out our latest population health projects to see how we are supporting equal epilepsy care for all epilepsy patients.
The influence of social determinants of health on epilepsy treatment delays in an Arizona Medicaid population
Epilepsy & Behavior
Community pharmacists’ role in caring for people living with epilepsy: A scoping review
Using Design Thinking to Reimagine the Community Pharmacist's Role in Epilepsy Care
American Epilepsy Society
Stakeholder perceptions of community pharmacist population health management of people living with epilepsy
The Role of Social Determinants in Epilepsy Treatment Gaps and Health Outcomes for Arizonans on Medicaid
Hispanic CARE (Cultural Attitudes Regarding Epilepsy): Health Care Stakeholder Perspectives
Hispanic CARE (Cultural Attitudes Regarding Epilepsy): Patient, Caregiver, and Community Perspectives
Evaluation of emergency department-based seizure and epilepsy education: Exploring the need for early epilepsy self-management intervention
Social determinants of epilepsy: Understanding the treatment delays
American Public Health Association
Here’s a word from UCB’s Head of Global Epilepsy, Mike Davis, about our commitment to improving epilepsy patient care.
“Our proximity to patients and legitimacy within neurology has allowed us to partner better with patients as we test and iterate, helping create services to improve their care journey.”
Here’s a word from Dr. Swapna Reddy, Clinical Assistant Professor at Arizona State University's College of Health Solutions, about closing the epilepsy treatment gap.
I think it's incredibly exciting actually to be partnering with industry in this space. We have to remember that it takes partnership from all the stakeholders in health care in order to address these really complicated problems, and disparities is one of the most complicated, and some would say THE most complicated problem that we see in the U.S. in health care right now. I 'm really interested in seeing how we help to inform this space and improve the dialogue.