AstraZeneca is excited to be a Partner in Health with the Ohio Academy of Family Physicians (OAFP). This partnership allows us to pursue our values: to follow the science and put patients first. Through the AstraZeneca Innovating Respiratory Science (AIRS) Education Network, we look forward to providing you with educational content that highlights emerging science in respiratory diseases. In the spirit of true partnership, to enhance our support in delivering relevant education, please send any suggestions and feedback to OAFP’s Deputy Executive Vice President Kate Mahler, CAE.

Thinking about ways to diversify opportunities to capture additional revenue for your practice? You want to do what’s right for your patients – and your primary care practice, too. Can an accountable care organization (ACO) help you achieve your goals? The time is now to find out before the window closes for 2021! Applications to join the Ohio Aledade ACO opened on June 18. Request a free consultation to learn more about how your practice can succeed in value-based care.

Boehringer Ingelheim presents education on pulmonary fibrosis. Pulmonary fibrosis is a common threat across interstitial lung diseases (ILDs), a group of serious lung diseases – some with fatal prognosis. It is critical to recognize and refer patients with suspected ILD to a lung specialist to help them access the treatment they need. MPR-US-101319.

ACS is working to end health disparities and fight cancer in your community and around the world. Educate yourself and your staff on cancer-related topics, and use our colorectal cancer screening and HPV vaccination guides to improve practice performance and patient outcomes. Inform patients with easy-to-read materials, videos, and interactive tools on prevention and early detection, treatment, side effects, and survivorship.

The Ohio Department of Health’s Comprehensive Cancer Control program is pleased to promote the Cancer Survivorship E-Learning Series for Primary Care Providers. This no-cost, self-paced CE program provides a forum to educate primary care providers about how to better understand and care for cancer survivors. This is a program of the National Cancer Survivorship Resource Center, funded by the CDC.

Become a Partner in Health

Learn more about our  community and corporate engagement opportunities and contact contact Deputy Executive Vice President Kate Mahler, CAE, or call 614.914.5626 to discus a partnership.