The code block below illustrates how one might use # and // as comments in your logic and calculations.
# Text can be put here to explain what the logic/calculation does and why.
if ([field1] = '1' and [field2] > 7,
// This comment can explain what the next line does.
[score] * [factor],
// Return '0' if the condition is False.
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The value you provided must be within the suggested range
The value you provided is outside the suggested range
This value is admissible, but you may wish to double check it.
The value entered must be a time value in the following format HH:MM within the range 00:00-23:59 (e.g., 04:32 or 23:19).
This field must be a 5 or 9 digit U.S. ZIP Code (like 94043). Please re-enter it now.
This field must be a 10 digit U.S. phone number (like 415 555 1212). Please re-enter it now.
This field must be a valid email address (like firstname.lastname@example.org). Please re-enter it now.
The value you provided could not be validated because it does not follow the expected format. Please try again.
2022 HealthHCV State of HCV Care National Survey
The Fifth Annual "HealthHCV State of HCV Care National Survey" continues to inform the state of hepatitis C (HCV) in specialty and primary care. This provider survey covers a variety of "landscape" topics, including HCV screening practices, treatment access and reimbursement, barriers to care, provider training needs, and integration and coordination of HCV services with behavioral health and substance use treatment.
This survey helps HealthHCV evaluate provider needs and shape a robust suite of education offerings on HCV prevention, care, and treatment. This survey is being conducted among current providers of HCV prevention, care, and treatment and should take no more than 15 minutes to complete.
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