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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 Even Split Between 'Desktop Medicine,' Office Visits
Study Finds Even Split Between 'Desktop Medicine,' Office Visits
Primary care physicians treat patients in more ways than just via face-to-face office visits, and now researchers have gathered more evidence to show that payment should reflect this reality.
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...
AAFP Joins House Members to Spark Burnout Awareness
AAFP Joins House Members to Spark Burnout Awareness
Amid growing concerns about physician burnout and the toll it's taking on the nation's physician workforce, one physician House member recently brought his medical colleagues together to raise awareness about the issue.
Students Focus on Health Equity for All Americans
Students Focus on Health Equity for All Americans
During the National Congress of Student Members held here as part of the 2017 AAFP National Conference of Family Medicine Residents and Medical Students July 27-29, delegates adopted a handful of resolutions that addressed health equity for all Americans.
Health Care Debates Don't Have to Be Heated
Health Care Debates Don't Have to Be Heated
A few weeks ago, I had the opportunity to debate the merits of the direct primary care (DPC) model at the AAFP's National Conference of Family Medicine Residents and Medical Students in Kansas City, Mo. My counterpart in the workshop was Ed Weisbart, M...