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Complementary, alternative or integrative health care products and practices are increasingly being used to supplement conventional medical treatments. But what works and how do you know if it’s safe? Here are three safety tips and a list of what the latest research says is effective.
Team members at AFMC, the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences and the Arkansas Department of Health recently conducted a comparative effectiveness study to determine whether in-office or outsourced recall efforts improved immunization rates among Arkansas children. AFMC created a new website – http://immunize.afmc.org – to share the findings and provide access to resources prepared and used during the course of the project. Resources include outreach materials, training materials, relevant processes and workflows, scripts, tracking software developed for this project, and links to relevant research articles referenced in the development of the project.More ...
Learn more about the following topics in this month's update:
Getting shots doesn’t have to be a pain
Medicare protects you on World Hepatitis Day and every day
Accelerating states’ efforts on Medicaid delivery system reform
Take charge, take the test for HIV
Star Ratings Coming Soon to Compare Sites on Medicare.gov
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