Clinicians are in the unique position to educate and counsel middle-aged adults about their opioid use and influence strategies needed to provide effective pain control.
Repealing the Affordable Care Act could endanger the health of tens of millions of Americans.
The program strives to modify teen attitudes toward sexuality and bring about life-changing behavior.
For the APN who is recertifying, it is important to establish relationships with other APNs at the local and national level.
The words that we use and how we use them ultimately reflect what we think of ourselves.
Interventional pain specialists can work together with primary care providers to provide the best care for patients managing chronic pain.
In a patient-centric model of care, the effort focuses on the patient’s wishes.
The new ICD-10 coding system may seem inappropriate for some disease models, but asthma care may benefit from the required changes.
Federal law does not allow nurse practitioners and physician assistants to prescribe buprenorphine to patients with opiate use disorder.
Even if the flu shot “misses,” as it did last year, it remains one of the best tools we have to help our patients live healthier lives.
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