Empowering People to be Ambassadors of their Own Health Since 1997.


Health Care Provider Curriculum

sample-image-viralIn the infectious disease world, hepatitis C is the new kid on the block.

  • first isolated in 1989
  • first tests made available in 1992
Hepatitis C research and treatment are rapidly changing and evolving.

Caring Ambassadors Program is working with health care education providers to help ensure that doctors, nurses, and other allied health professionals have access to the information they need to provide services that reflect up-to-date knowledge about hepatitis C.

HCV Current
Clinical Care Options – Education
 International Antiviral Society – USA
FDA Option for physicians to request individual patient expanded access for use of Investigation Drug
HCV & HCV Related ICD9 & ICD10 Diagnoses Codes
HCV Care Related Billing Codes
Clinical Summary of U.S Preventative Services Task Force Recommendation

Hepatitis C Professional Talking Points PowerPoint Presentations

The Caring Ambassadors Hepatitis C Program is pleased to provide The Hepatitis C Professional Talking Points Presentations as a professional courtesy. The slide sets have been compiled by Caring Ambassadors for use by professionals familiar with the diagnosis and management of hepatitis C.

  • The Hepatitis C Professional Talking Points Presentations are intended to be used for instructional purposes, but are not in and of themselves instructional in nature.
  • Every attempt has been made to ensure the accuracy and timeliness of the information in the Hepatitis C Professional Talking Points Presentations. However, presenters using these slide sets bears ultimate responsibility for the information presented based on these slide sets.
  • Caring Ambassadors kindly requests that presenters using one or more of the Hepatitis C Professional Talking Points Presentations keep the slides in their current format with acknowledgement of the source of the slides and the original source(s) of the information as applicable.

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