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DOH-Ebola Virus Disease Fact Sheet-UPDATED: October 8, 2014

Preparedness The state of Florida is prepared to identify and treat patients who may have Ebola Virus Disease (EVD). In the event that a patient with EVD is diagnosed in Florida, the Florida Department of Health will collaborate with healthcare partners to ensure appropriate patient care, protocols for isolation, infection control and the assessment ofRead More


AMA-Sunshine Act data release: Talking points for physicians

In lieu of the recent Open Payments Data release, we wanted to share the following resources with the Federation to help ensure a consistent message to the media and to help prepare physicians for questions from patients and the public .  Attached are 1) a media guide that the AMA distributed to reporters on MondayRead More


Your Practice’s ICD-10 Transition is in Good Hands

Dear Colleagues– Since January of this year, I’ve had the chance to provide perspectives, insights, and feedback to CMS on the upcoming transition to ICD-10 and eHealth initiatives. Specifically, I’ve been sharing insights with CMS to ensure that physician practices of all sizes across the country have access to clinically relevant, actionable, and physician-informed information,Read More


HIV/AIDS STATISTICS, Pinellas and Pasco Counties (Area 5)

Preventing HIV Transmission from Mother to Child Did you know that according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) most children (individuals under the age of 13) who contract HIV do so via their mother? Graph 1 displays the female HIV and AIDS cases in Pinellas and Pasco Counties. When children contract HIVRead More


Important: Increase in Reported Measles Cases – United States 2014 This year, the United States is having more reported cases of measles than usual. Many health care providers in the United States have never seen a patient with measles and may not recognize the signs and symptoms. Health care providers need to be more alert thanRead More


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