I've been erratic, I know, but that's life on the road (another broken hard drive!) and at home with two H1N1 kids. Here's the latest:
If I boycott the swine flu, is that as good as a vaccination?
You see, I really want to talk about something else, but I can't hold off forever.
Buried, which seems to be my status since August. Some interesting items:
Yes, I took a long break. Sorry about that. When I don't blog, one of two things is happening - I'm either on vacation (but still blog then most of the time anyway) or I am so overwhelmed with things to discuss that I can't figure out where to start. I don't like just throwing up lists of links without proper support or commentary. But I need to get this backlog broken somehere, so here it goes:
Back in April, I wrote a piece about the opportunity many practices are missing by not embracing the swine flu issue. I know it's easy for me to say, of course, but I think pediatric practices should be racing to be the source for providing the swine flu vaccines. Give this function away and you've whittled away another task from your repetoire that someone else can do.