According to the CDC, the 2018–2019 influenza season was the longest in 10 years. The flu vaccine was only 29% effective this season, due to a strain of H3N2 that emerged in the spring. These trends illustrate the unpredictability of this virus and the need for timely and effective treatments. Join us as leading experts share the latest interprofessional strategies for preventing influenza, identifying infected patients (including those at high risk for complications), and initiating treatment.
You won’t want to miss:
- The latest advances in antiviral treatment
- The most recent guidelines for influenza management and other factors influencing therapy selection
- Approaches for providers, payers, pharmacists, and patients to improve the timely administration of influenza antivirals in order to alleviate the burden of this disease