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For Clinicians

We have put together a list of resources and tools to help you offer the best care to your patients.

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Hep B Management -
A Comprehensive Guide for Healthcare Providers

This guidance was developed by Hepatitis Primary Care Workgroup which was organized by the National Taskforce on Hepatitis B in partnership with SF Hep B Free. 

Chronic Hepatitis B Treatment Decision Tool For Adults

The Asian Liver Center at Stanford University has put together a one-minute survey to give clinicians the information needed to help patients with chronic hepatitis B. This treatment decision tool is based on and adapted from the 2018 hepatitis B treatment guidelines from the American Association for the Study of Liver Diseases (AASLD). You will need your patient's lab results to complete the survey. Languages available: English, 中文、Tiếng Việt, монгол.

Mobile App Intro Video 

Helpful Video on CDC Guideline Changes on Hep B to Share with Patients 

Helpful CDC PSA Videos to Share with Patients

CDC Videos

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Protect Your Family: Get Tested for Hepatitis B -- 30 sec

Protect Your Family: Get Tested for Hepatitis B -- 30 sec

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No Warning Signs PSA - 30 Seconds

No Warning Signs PSA - 30 Seconds

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Family Promise: Get Tested for Hepatitis B

Family Promise: Get Tested for Hepatitis B

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Clinician's Honor Roll

Multilingual Videos

Mandarin, Cantonese, Korean and Vietnamese available - please contact  for more information

Clinician's Honor Roll

The San Francisco Hep B Free - Bay Area campaign began publication of the Hep B Free Clinician's Honor Roll to promote the growing number of doctor's offices that are testing patients and working to prevent liver cancer and Hepatitis B disease. 

Clinicians Pledge to Screen At-Risk Patients

The San Francisco Hep B Free - Bay Area Clinican's Honor Roll was a program that acknowledged primary care clinicians who signed a pledge to screen patients at risk for chronic Hepatitis B infections in accordance with CDC guidelines.


The SF Department of Public Health estimates there are 1,500 clinicians providing primary health care in San Francisco. The goal of SF Hep B Free is to have 90% join the honor roll by signing a pledge to comply with the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention screening guidelines.

In 2009, the SF Hep B Free Clinicians Honor Roll program began with 702 clinicians. Since then, 263 additional clinicians have joined, for a grand total of 965.

This initiative was tracked by Health Matters in San Francisco and was the only citywide health indicator that measures clinician awareness. It was coordinated through the AsianWeek Foundation in partnership with Communicable Disease Control and Prevention at the San Francisco Dept. of Public Health.

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