MSN,FRCP,CRNP,Graham Foster,Sherilyn Brinkley

A Clinician’s Guide to HCV Treatment in the Primary Care Setting

The ability to treat and cure hepatitis C virus (HCV) infection is one of the greatest achievements of modern medicine. The simplified guidelines and the availability of highly effective and manageable direct-acting antiviral agents (DAA) regimens make it increasingly feasible to treat uncomplicated HCV in the primary care setting. This HCV eHealth Source™ activity was developed to empower primary care clinicians, who are ideally positioned to lead frontline efforts to achieve the worldwide goal of eliminating HCV. Practices such as universal screening for HCV, the implementation of treatment regimens, and strategies for supporting, as well as monitoring, patients post-cure will be provided.
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