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Reducing COVID-19 vaccine hesitancy in patients: Tips for physicians

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How to fight patient COVID-19 vaccine hesitancy, on this week’s Medical Economics Pulse.

Many physicians are getting questions from patients about the COVID-19 vaccine, and whether they should get it.

So how should you answer these questions, particularly from patients who are skeptical, hesitant to be vaccinated?

I sat down with Paul Hain, MD, the chief medical officer of GoHealth, to discuss some strategies physicians can use to lessen vaccine hesitancy and have productive conversations with their patients.

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