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Personal Story
Asking the Right Medication Questions
Could Save Your Life
Victor Harris almost died after taking a new medicine for high blood pressure. 

Harris, a 52-year-old African American, was on a low dose of blood pressure medicine for two years. After a routine visit to his primary care office, the nurse practitioner changed his medication to lisinopril.  Normally, he would have seen his doctor, but he was out of the office that day.

When Harris went to the pharmacy to get his prescription filled, the pharmacist asked the question many pharmacists ask when you pick up a prescription:  Do you have any questions?

Harris replied the way many of us do:  No.

Better Health
Influenza Activity Continues

People age 65 years and older are at a greater risk of serious complications from influenza.
 It is not too late to get vaccinated - to protect your patients, your staff and yourself.

Better Care
Combatting C. diff

Using evidence-based healthcare-associated infections ( HAIs) prevention strategies increases the quality of patient care, saves lives and decreases healthcare costs when combatting

Lower Cost
Deadline Extended for PQRS EHR Submission

The submission date for 2015 QRDA data submission for the electronic health record (EHR) reporting  mechanism has been extended  to 
March 11, 2016.
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