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FP Finds Resilience in Reflection on Setbacks
FP Finds Resilience in Reflection on Setbacks
Not every setback is cause for distress; in fact, one family physician was inspired by setbacks to rededicate himself to his practice. �
Bipartisan Teaching Health Center Bill Is Vital to Workforce
Bipartisan Teaching Health Center Bill Is Vital to Workforce
At a time when members of Congress can't seem to agree on much related to health care, a bill introduced this week in the House has -- and deserves -- strong bipartisan support.
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...
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.
AAFP Urges Swift Passage of Primary Care Patient Protection Act
AAFP Urges Swift Passage of Primary Care Patient Protection Act
The AAFP this week called on Congress to pass the recently introduced Primary Care Patient Protection Act, which would make it easier for patients with high-deductible health plans (HDHPs) to see their primary care physicians.
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...