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Behavior

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Cardiovascular

CDC

  • CDC: Center for Disease Control and Prevention.

Children's Health

Clinical Reference Tools

  • Dynamed. Evidence-based clinical reference tool similar to UpToDate.
  • UpToDate. An evidenced based review of most clinical topics with recommended diagnosis and treatment strategies. 

Contraceptives

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Dental

  • ADA: American Dental Association

Diabetes

Drugs/Medication

  • Diabetes Testing Supplies. For uninsured patients who cannot afford the expensive test strips (accu-chek, one touch, bayer, etc.) which cost more than $1 per strip.
    • Target - Up&Up Glucometer ($15) and Up&Up test strips ($37 for #100 test strips OR $20 for #50 test strips)
    • Wal-Mart - ReliOn Ultima Blood Glucose Monitor ($15) and Ultima test strips ($37 for #100 test strips OR $20 for #50 test strips)
  • Drugs.com: Pill identification.
  • FDA Drug Safety Alerts: A list of recent alerts from FDA.
  • MA Preferred Drug List: A list of medicines that are allowed by Minnesota MA. 
  • Micromedex: Drug information resource.
  • Minnesota Prescription Monitoring Program: Home page link.
  • Minnesota Prescription Monitoring Program RxSentry Controlled Substance Prescription Query Database: Link to the login page.
  • Over The Counter (OTC) Medications. The Dollar Tree (or other dollar stores) has a decent amount of medications for pain relief, allergies, constipation, diarrhea, cough/cold for $1.
  • Pharmacy Generic Programs available for all patients but ideal for uninsured patients.
  • RxAssist - Patient Assistance Programs for uninsured low income patients. See CUHCC's pharmacy resident.
  • RxOutreach - Mail Order Generics for low income patients. CUHCC pharmacists can help patients apply and answer any questions.
  • Smoking Cessation Medications. Uninsured patients can receive free nicotine replacement therapy including patches, gum or lozenges. Call QUITPLANR. Insured patients may use the program but will have to pay regular copay.
  • Statin Decision Aid by Mayo Clinic.

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  • Fairview Health Services: Gateway to Fairview Health Services EMR and UpToDate.
  • Forms: This link will jump you to the Forms page under Clinical Resources. 

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I

  • ICSI: Institute of Clinical Systems Improvement

Immunizations

Interpreting

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M

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Nutrition

  • Dash Diet: A link to a PDF for the DASH diet, used to treat hypertension through dietary intervention

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Opioid

Osteoporosis

  • FRAX Calculator: To determine likelihood of fracture to guide testing and treatment decisions for osteoporosis

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Prenatal Care

Prevention

Psychiatry

  • APA: American Psychiatric Association

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Travel Medicine

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Women's Health