This year, the influenza season will be more challenging than ever with the anticipated expansion of the H1N1 flu. ICHP has linked to several resources for your use in addressing the needs of your patients during this fall’s flu season. We hope you find these sights useful.
- Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) Influenza Resource Center
- Illinois Department of Public Health H1N1 Resource Center
- ASHP Influenza Resource Center
- ASHP H1N1 Flu Resource Center
- CMS H1N1 Reimbursement For H1N1
- Best Practices
- ICHP Position Statements
- ASHP 2015
- ASHP Drug Shortage Site
- ASHP Best Practices
- Joint Commission
- Clinical Practice Guidelines
- * Medline
- * Professional Practice News
- IL Residency Programs
- Pandemic Readiness and Emergency Preparedness Resource Center
The Facts and FAQs
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Risk Evaluation and Mitigation Strategies (REMS) were created by the FDA to ensure medication safety after drugs come to market. ASHP developed the REMS Resource Center to educate health professionals and patients about REMS and other medications managed via separate risk management programs. The Resource Center provides access to the REMS database where medications are listed alphabetically by generic name as well as other resources that include the FDA medication guide.