When Michael Chamberlain, CAE, assistant division director of administration, American Academy of Family Physicians, Leawood, Kan., was looking for guidance from other associations in developing a crisis plan for pandemics, he didn't find much help. “We wanted to find out if anyone else had developed plans that we could learn from, but unfortunately, we found that we were on the leading edge of this.” A plan specifically addressing the threat of a pandemic is critical, if overlooked, says ...

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