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Treatments for headaches and migraines
Wednesday, May 22, 2024
2-3 p.m. ET
Pretty much everyone gets a headache from time to time, but did you know that headaches are the fourth most common reason for a visit to the emergency room? And when it comes to migraines, in the United States, the total indirect cost associated with migraines is estimated at $19.3 billion with 81% of this attributable to work absenteeism. Headaches are definitely more than just a pain.
Join our team of Optum experts, who will take a closer look at headaches and migraines to explain the different headache classifications and their common treatments and therapies - both non-pharmacologic and pharmacologic. They will also review clinical concerns and claim management strategies and will, basically, fill your head with a lot of great information to help you as manage your claims.
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