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COVID-19 updates: Emergency departments continue to prepare for surge of cases

“The vibe in the ED is definitely different than I’ve ever experienced,” says Alexis Cates, DO, an emergency physician in Philadelphia.

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04.03.20

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COVID-19 updates: Cases skyrocket as Americans continue to self-isolate

The DO speaks with an emergency physician on the frontlines of the pandemic.

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03.26.20

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COVID-19: DO spearheads project to provide docs with the latest updates

Christina Lang, DO, assembled a team of infectious diseases physicians, who are distilling COVID-19 updates and information into succinct, up-to-date guidelines for primary care physicians.

03.26.20

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COVID-19: Maintaining your mental health during a pandemic

Here are some ways health care professionals can safeguard their wellbeing during this turbulent time.

03.26.20

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COVID-19 updates: The U.S. socially isolates as pandemic spreads

Everyday life across the country has dramatically changed as cases skyrocket. The DO speaks with an infectious diseases specialist in Oregon on his observations.

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03.18.20

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CMS adopts COVID-19 testing codes

The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) has adopted two new Common Procedural Technology (CPT) codes that should be used for COVID-19 testing.

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03.18.20

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COVID-19 updates: What to know this week

The WHO officially declares the virus a pandemic, and The DO discusses the situation with a family physician who focuses on infectious diseases.

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03.11.20

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Quick steps med students & DOs can take to help address the opioid crisis

From training to advocacy to research, everyone in the osteopathic medical community has the opportunity to take part in efforts to reduce opioid abuse.

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03.10.20

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5 things to know about COVID-19 this week

Learn the latest COVID-19 developments as cases continue to grow in the U.S. and abroad.

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03.04.20