Salus Medical Blog

2021 COVID Report: “Navigating Back to Normal”

The State of the Virus & Effectiveness of Vaccine Efforts Worldwide The arrival of safe and effective COVID-19 vaccines is…

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What We Know About Operation Warp Speed’s Distribution Process (So Far)

Operation Warp Speed, the White House COVID-19 initiative, has preliminary plans to only ship half of all vaccines available each week. The other…

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Major Changes Are Coming for E/M Visits in 2021–Are you Ready? (Part 2)

It is clear that this new method of determining the level of E/M service will require major changes to physician…

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Major Changes Are Coming for E/M Visits in 2021–Are you Ready? (Part 1)

The updated code set is “the first major overhaul in more than 25 years to the codes and guidelines for…

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The Domino Effect: Raw Material Shortages

The First Domino Last month we covered the omnipresent topic of drug shortages, an issue that never seems to completely…

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Let’s Talk About Drug Shortages

Another casualty of the COVID-19 pandemic is drug shortages. The shortages that are caused by pandemics and natural disasters can…

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Brush Fire Burns; Community Rises

A brush fire burned throughout the North Valley in Arizona during the last week of June and showed the strength…

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10 Best COVID-19 Resources

Like the virus, it may seem as if information (and misinformation) is everywhere. Feeling overwhelmed with so many COVID-19 headlines…

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VENDOR SPOTLIGHT: BioLab Sciences

The Highlights:  BioLab Sciences is….a regenerative health company that focuses on epithelial healing. BioLab Sciences does not… sell directly to…

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CORONAVIRUS UNCOVERED: COVID-19 FAQs 

If you’ve turned on any of your devices, logged into your social media accounts, caught snippets of a news report,…

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THE OPIOID EPIDEMIC (Part 2): What’s the True Fix?

OPIOID USE AND ABUSE As we described in Part 1 of our series on opiates, the opioid epidemic has had…

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THE OPIOID EPIDEMIC (Part 1): The Pain Movement & Rise of Opiates

THE PAIN MOVEMENT  The 1980s marked the start of the “pain movement”, which centers on the idea that patients have…

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