The American Board of Family Medicine’s new Self-Directed Performance Improvement Project pathway allows practices to report individually customized improvement projects specific to their practice environment, regardless of the scope of care delivered. The benefit of this pathway is that it can be custom tailored to fit any practice type.LEARN MORE
The American Academy of Family Physicians’ member interest groups (MIGs) provide a forum for Academy members with shared professional interests to interact with and learn from their colleagues. Users also connect to existing AAFP resources, pursue professional leadership development opportunities within the AAFP, and work together to develop Academy policy.LEARN MORE
Prescription non-adherence is widespread and is significantly impacting the health and pocketbooks of a growing number of Americans. Non-adherence leads to approximately 125,000 deaths and costs the U.S. healthcare system between $100 billion – $289 billion annually. Learn more about what Buckeye Health Plan is doing to improve medication adherence, decrease costs, and create better patient outcomes.READ MORE
The OAFP Foundation understands that making the choice to become a preceptor may seem daunting. To help you precept America’s future family physicians, the Foundation has created a dedicated section of its website with information on being a successful preceptor!
The Ohio Family Physician
A quarterly magazine with features on the joy in family medicine, quality improvement initiatives, member news, and Academy information.