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Hepatitis Categories: Health Insurance Reform

Hepatitis B
New hepatitis B resource supports providers in hepatitis B testing, vaccination, and linkage to care, highlights key actions to increase hepatitis B services.
Hepatitis C
Free Continuing Medical and Nursing Education credits are now available for the HIV/HCV co-infection curriculum from the HRSA Ryan White HIV/AIDS Program.
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New HHS/AHRQ analysis examines trends in the number and rate of hepatitis C-related inpatient hospital stays, underscoring increasing healthcare burden.
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New research from the CDC suggests that the recent steep increase in cases of acute hepatitis C virus infection is associated with increases in opioid injection.
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Responding to hepatitis A outbreaks requires partnerships between health departments, health centers, homeless service providers, & substance abuse services.
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Priority Populations in Viral Hepatitis
Two webinars featured individuals and experts from the 11 priority populations in the National Viral Hepatitis Action Plan sharing their perspectives.
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The guidance provides updated FDA recommendations regarding the overall development program and clinical trial designs to support improved hepatitis C treatments.
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Healthcare providers can play a significant role in achieving the goals of the National Viral Hepatitis Action Plan
Tagged: Hepatitis C
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Offers a description of HBV reactivation that can occur alongside DAA treatment for HCV; discusses the new FDA black box warning for individuals starting DAA treatment for HCV; provide action steps for both patients and providers, in order to help prevent HBV reactivation and the negative health outcomes associated with it.
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With increased Congressional funding, the Department of Veterans Affairs is planning to treat all veterans with chronic hepatitis C infection enrolled in VA.
Tagged: Hepatitis C


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