Enroll today in ABFM PRIME Registry June 21, 2018
Board-certified members of the Pennsylvania Academy of Family Physicians are invited to enroll in the ABFM PRIME Registry™ free for the first three years! PRIME Registry is a practice and population data tool that safely extracts patient data from your electronic health records (EHRs) and turns it into actionable measures. Click here for complete details!
What do family physicians earn by region, specialty? June 20, 2018
Demand for family physicians remains strong as income offers rise - but, according to the American Academy of Family Physicians (AAFP), incomes differ by region and specialty. Physicians in the Northeast make less at $226,000 than doctors in all other regions; by specialty, academics make the least ($218,500) while solo practitioners earn the most ($312,000).
Registration for State College, Nemacolin now available June 19, 2018
PAFP members and CME conference attendees: registration for our Clinical Procedures in Dermatology Event in State College, Sept. 6-7, and our Nemacolin CME Conference, Nov. 2-4, is now available. Please join us for these excellent education events - please take a look at our full CME calendar for details and links to register. We can't wait to see you there!
Join the PAFP for fall fun and CME at Nemacolin June 18, 2018
Join us at the Nemacolin Woodlands Resort for fall fun and excellent education Nov. 2-4! The conference will offer more than 15 CME hours, including mandated opioid education and at least 12 qualifying CME hours of patient safety. We'll be introducing the PAFP Leadership Institute, and you won't want to miss Dan Diamond, MD, our special guest speaker! Register today!
PAFP advocacy is fighting for family medicine Featured News
The Pennsylvania Academy of Family Physicians' advocacy team is always fighting for family medicine in Pennsylvania, on issues ranging from prior authorization to prescribing practices. Recently, the PAFP has been championing legislation that will improve access to direct primary care (DPC); view the PAFP's legislative brief on the issue to learn more.