Telehealth List of Covered Services, Strategies to Reduce Inappropriate Antibiotic Use, COVID Information Overload

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Which Telehealth Services Are Covered?

One of the nation’s largest health insurers, Anthem, has released new state-by-state lists of its covered telehealth services to help physicians keep track of the changing rules. The insurer recently updated its virtual visits policy.

How to Reduce Inappropriate Antibiotic Use

Helpful strategies include point-of-care tools, positive patient communication, and delayed antibiotic prescriptions.

COVID Information Overload

Filtering is key. Then focus on providing evidence-based advice while being open about what we do not know.

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The FDA Defines a “Complete Cure” for Scabies4

Today, a “complete cure” for scabies includes both clinical and confirmatory standards. In this webinar, Dr. Anthony Mancini, FAAP, FAAD, explores the need for targeted topical therapies that improve safety, efficacy, and tolerability while avoiding resistance to meet the FDA criteria.5,6

 

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