The AAFP is mailing out new vaccine tables to help both clinicians and their patients understand the newest recommendations.
Rachael Zimlich, RN, BSN
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More than half of all family physicians report some level of burnout, and only a third say they are happy in their work.
Prior authorizations are time-consuming and frustrating. Find out how you can reduce the burden in your practice.
Stakeholders are working to automate the prior authorization process, pending the release of standards from CMS.
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A new report links early treatment of influenza A/H3N2 with the drug to a 30% decrease in mortality.
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A new study reveals that llama antibodies may be effective in offering protection against numerous flu strains in a single vaccine
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