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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.
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.
It's Complicated: What We Wish Legislators Knew About Health Care
It's Complicated: What We Wish Legislators Knew About Health Care
As physicians, we hear stories about people's lives that no one wants to talk about publicly. We discover embarrassing facts that no one would want to share in a Senate hearing.
National Survey Reveals Positive Attitudes Toward Primary Care
National Survey Reveals Positive Attitudes Toward Primary Care
The Health is Primary(healthisprimary.org) campaign from Family Medicine for America's Health (FMAHealth)(fmahealth.org) has released data from an extensive survey(data.healthisprimary.org) it conducted on public attitudes toward and opinions of primar...
Study: High-deductible Plans May Impede Preventive Care
Study: High-deductible Plans May Impede Preventive Care
In a first-of-its-kind national study, researchers have found that Americans with high-deductible health plans (HDHPs) but no health savings accounts (HSAs) are less likely to see primary care physicians, receive preventive care or seek subspecialty se...
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.