Your March Issue: Pesticide exposure risks, ACI technology

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Explore family medicine’s role in assessing pesticide exposure risks and how technology can help prevent primary care physician shortages
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Family Medicine’s Role in Recognizing Pesticide Poisoning

Pesticide exposures affect vulnerable populations inequitably. Farmworkers, people in poverty, and children have a higher risk of pesticide exposure and poisoning. Frequently, they have limited resources to reduce exposure risks and less access to care for acute and chronic injury and related secondary diseases. Physicians caring for these populations have the opportunity to address related health issues if they are mindful of pesticides as potential etiologies when developing differential diagnoses.

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Heading Off the Primary Care Physician Shortage

It’s projected most states will face a shortage of primary care physicians within the next four years. Transformative new technologies like ambient clinical intelligence can—and must—help to mitigate those shortfalls and future-proof access to high quality care. Learn more about how that can be achieved.


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