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Panel Describes Population Health Collaboration That Works
Panel Describes Population Health Collaboration That Works
Physicians can counsel patients to make healthier decisions, but some things that affect their health are entirely outside an individual patient's control.
Study Finds 22 Percent Decrease in Opioid Prescriptions
Study Finds 22 Percent Decrease in Opioid Prescriptions
Opioid prescriptions in the United States decreased 22 percent between 2013 and 2017.
Quality Payment Program Early Review Shows Progress, Pitfalls
Quality Payment Program Early Review Shows Progress, Pitfalls
Many family physicians across the country are busy taking care of patients while simultaneously working to understand the regulations controlling CMS' new Quality Payment Program (QPP)
Delegates Focus on Improving Health Equity
Delegates Focus on Improving Health Equity
During the 2017 National Conference of Constituency Leaders (NCCL) held here April 27-29, AAFP members from the five constituency groups -- women; minorities; new physicians; international medical graduates (IMGs); and lesbian, gay, bisexual and transg...
CDC Warns of Recent Jump in Cryptosporidiosis Outbreaks
CDC Warns of Recent Jump in Cryptosporidiosis Outbreaks
Each year, Memorial Day signals the unofficial start of summer, with swimming pools, water parks and other aquatic attractions opening all across country. To ensure fun in the sun doesn't turn into a trip to the doctor's office -- or worse -- the CDC i...
AAFP Advises CMS on Prior Authorizations, Opioid Epidemic
AAFP Advises CMS on Prior Authorizations, Opioid Epidemic
In a recent letter to CMS, the AAFP discussed two topics of great importance to family physicians and their patients who will be enrolled in Medicare Advantage and Medicare Part D plans in 2019.