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Fact Sheets Focus on Fragrances that Cause or Trigger Work-Related Asthma

The Work-Related Asthma Prevention Program (WRAPP) of the California Department of Public Health has released fact sheets on fragrances and work-related asthma for May, 2015, Asthma Awareness Month. Perfumes and fragrances used in personal care products, cleaning products, and air fresheners in the workplace can cause or trigger asthma. They are made up of many […]

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Studies and Reports

Case Study Explores Payment Reform to Support Optimal Pediatric Asthma Care

“A Case Study in Payment Reform to Support Optimal Pediatric Asthma Care,” published by The Center for Health Policy at Brookings in April, 2015, “explores the role of emerging payment models in supporting care redesign for patients with poorly controlled pediatric asthma. It describes the Community Asthma Initiative (CAI), a successful initiative developed at Boston […]

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