Topical Corticosteroid Clinical Decision Support for Primary Care Providers: There’s an App for That!

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Joslyn Kirby
Laura Burbach
Melissa Butt
Jessica Butts
Todd Felix
Daniel Schlegel
Kassidy Shumaker


topical, steroids, corticosteroids, amount, duration, general practitioner, non-dermatologist, primary care, app, application, point-of care, electronic, clinical decision support, dermatology


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