The economic burden of migraine can be considerable for employers. The annual direct healthcare costs of people suffering with migraine are approximately 2.5x higher than the costs for people without migraine.1
The incremental indirect cost of a migraine patient is $2,350 annually compared with someone without migraine.1
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References: 1.Bonafede M, Sapra S, Shah N, Tepper S, Cappell K, Desai P. Direct and indirect healthcare resource utilization costs among migraine patients in the United States. Headache. 2018;58:700-714.