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More Research Needed To Prevent Child Maltreatment
More Research Needed To Prevent Child Maltreatment
In 2016, about 676,000 children experienced maltreatment (abuse, neglect or both), which can lead to injuries and death or long-term issues such as disability, substance abuse and depression.
Broader Look Shows How PCMH Touches Practices, Patients
Broader Look Shows How PCMH Touches Practices, Patients
Dozens of articles each year evaluate progress of the patient-centered medical home (PCMH), but a new report takes a broader view to examine how elements of the model in both medical home and nonmedical home practices affect cost, quality and utilization.
Evidence Insufficient on Specific CVD-related Screening
Evidence Insufficient on Specific CVD-related Screening
On Jan. 16, the U.S. Preventive Services Task Force (USPSTF) released two draft recommendation statements and draft evidence reviews related to screening for cardiovascular disease (CVD)
FPs Continue Move to New Payment Models, AAFP Survey Finds
FPs Continue Move to New Payment Models, AAFP Survey Finds
A growing number of family physicians are making the transition to value-based payment models despite some skepticism and obstacles, according to a recent survey(humananews.com) conducted by the AAFP.
AAFP Warns Against Expanding Association Health Plans
AAFP Warns Against Expanding Association Health Plans
As the Department of Labor considers allowing self-employed individuals and small businesses to band together to purchase association health plans (AHPs), the AAFP is cautioning that the move could lead to an expansion of health plans that provide fewe...
Reversing Cycle of Burnout Starts With Knowing Yourself
Reversing Cycle of Burnout Starts With Knowing Yourself
AAFP News recently spoke with Lauren Williams, M.D., a third-year family medicine resident at the North Memorial Family Medicine Residency Program in Minneapolis, about the stresses that face family medicine residents and the tools and strategies she's...