Shared decision making

Your needs and goals

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Discussing the pros and cons of treatment options with your healthcare provider

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Shared decision making

Hereditary angioedema (HAE) is not one-size-fits-all. It’s time to start expecting HAE management to fit into your life, not the other way around.

Making decisions together with your healthcare team is key to a successful treatment experience in HAE. Similar to the nature of your HAE, your needs and goals can change throughout life and your treatment plan often needs to adapt to accommodate those changes.

Why is shared decision making important?

When you’re a part of designing or developing your own treatment plan, it’s easier to stick with it. Studies have shown that shared decision making can help:

Improve understanding of your condition and treatment options

Empower more active participation in treatment decisions

Allow for better-informed and more confident treatment conversations

Increase adherence to the treatment plan

Lead to better overall outcomes

Working together to evaluate your current HAE management plan

See shared decision making in action

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