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AAFP Mapping Tool Aims to Enhance Immunization Advocacy
AAFP Mapping Tool Aims to Enhance Immunization Advocacy
When it comes to protecting your 2-year-old patients from whooping cough, where you live and practice can make a big difference. �
Family Physicians Get Fired Up About Training Issues, Patient Care
Family Physicians Get Fired Up About Training Issues, Patient Care
A large group of family physicians devoted to their specialty flocked here to attend the AAFP's 2017 National Conference of Constituency Leaders (NCCL) April 27-29. They spent many hours discussing a wide range of topics that affect the ability of phys...
Misconceptions About Antibiotics for Children's ARIs Persist
Misconceptions About Antibiotics for Children's ARIs Persist
Children typically experience four to 12 acute respiratory infections (ARIs) a year, and many times, they are prescribed antibiotics despite evidence that, at best, the drugs provide only marginal benefits and, at worst, they may actually cause harm.
CMS Launches User-friendly QPP Data Submission System
CMS Launches User-friendly QPP Data Submission System
CMS recently made a long-awaited announcement that it is ready to begin receiving 2017 data from family physicians and other eligible clinicians participating in the Quality Payment Program (QPP). �
AAFP Calls on Members to Promote Influenza Vaccine This Season
AAFP Calls on Members to Promote Influenza Vaccine This Season
On Sept. 20, the AAFP signed on to a CDC letter(223 KB PDF) to be distributed nationwide to health care professionals, including family physicians, asking for help in promoting the influenza vaccine for the 2017-18 flu season.
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.