What medical advancements do you think will change in the next 10 years? https://t.co/s6b9iDlPsY #MyPAnniversary
#MyPAnniversary is a celebration of the tremendous medical advances in the past 10 years. How has your career changed in the past 10 years?
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10 years ago, 1 out of 8 hospitals had electronic health records... Now almost every hospital in the country has one. What will the next 10 years bring? #MyPAnniversary https://t.co/s6b9iDlPsY
#DYK in 2009, more than 16,000 Americans died from Hepatitis C complications? Now, we've found a cure for Hepatitis C through a pill. #MyPAnniversary https://t.co/s6b9iDlPsY
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Health care and Certified PAs have changed, too! What are some changes you've seen in health care or the PA profession in the last 10 yrs? Tell us using #MyPAnniversary https://t.co/R2zcNT3wM7
In the past 10 years, 3D printed ears became viable for transplants. What else will change in the next 10 years? #MyPAnniversary https://t.co/R2zcNT3wM7
What are your favorite medical advancements from the last 10 years? Share using #MyPAnniversary
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10 years ago, Apple came out with the iPhone 3GS - "the fastest, most powerful iPhone yet!" Now look where we are today with our latest technology that is literally EVERYWHERE! What else has changed in the last 10 years? https://t.co/s6b9iDlPsY
How long have you been a Certified PA?
How has medicine changed since you starting practicing?
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In 2012, PrEP hit the market, reducing risk of sexually transmitted HIV by 92%. Medicine never stops changing for the 1.1M Americans living with HIV, and neither do Certified PAs. What med advancements have you witnessed during your career? https://t.co/QxMbY6X9TQ #MyPAnniversary