CHANGE CAN START WITH
A BETTER CONVERSATION

Partnering with your rheumatologist is the key to finding a rheumatoid arthritis (RA) medication that’s right for you. In fact, setting treatment goals with an RA specialist can help you get more of what you want from your overall treatment plan.

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Hear how building trust and partnership with a rheumatologist can benefit people with rheumatoid arthritis (RA).

“Speak up for yourself. Don’t be hesitant.”

An open and direct conversation with your rheumatologist can help you both get what you need out of your time together. You should feel comfortable to discuss future personal goals or any upcoming activities that could be impacted by your RA.

Don’t be afraid to tell your rheumatologist how you really feel. Be detailed about the impact your RA symptoms and treatment are having on your daily life.

Considering treatment options?

Learn about a treatment option for moderate to severe RA and talk to your rheumatologist to see if it could be right for you.

A LITTLE PREPARATION
GOES A LONG WAY

The RAPID3 (Routine Assessment of Patient Index Data 3) survey is a questionnaire that some rheumatologists use to understand the severity of your RA.

Taking a minute to complete it before your next appointment can help you spend more time discussing your plan for the future. Haven’t taken the RAPID3 questionnaire yet?

This is not a diagnostic tool. Discuss results with your rheumatologist.

Completing the RAPID3 survey before your next appointment can help rheumatologists measure the severity of your RA. Completing the RAPID3 survey before your next appointment can help rheumatologists measure the severity of your RA. Completing the RAPID3 survey before your next appointment can help rheumatologists measure the severity of your RA.

Having a productive partnership with your rheumatologist can make all the difference in meeting your treatment goals.

Telling your rheumatologist how RA impacts your everyday activities and your personal goals for RA treatment can help them create a more effective treatment plan.

My RA Check-In is a simple self-evaluation designed to help you communicate these things at your next appointment for a more meaningful conversation.

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