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Discover simple solutions that may be missing from your treatment plan in The Allergy and Asthma Task Force Recommendations.
A work group comprising 11 experts in multidisciplinary fields convened over the course of 20 months to develop recommendations for the need to identify patients with asthma who are of highest priority for allergy evaluation in primary care.
The Allergy and Asthma Task Force Recommendations explain the role of aeroallergen sensitization in the asthma burden and includes recommendations for improving care, including:
Step 1: Identify Patients with Allergic Components of Asthma
Step 2: Identifying and Addressing Allergen Exposure in Daily Practice
Step 3: A Significant Opportunity for Payers and Health Systems