PAFP applauds unanimous passage of H.R. 625 Sept. 16, 2020
Pennsylvania Academy of Family Physicians (PAFP) President Tracey Conti, MD today thanked sponsor Rep. Schemel, Majority Leader Benninghoff, Minority Leader Dermody, and the full House for unanimously passing House Resolution 625. “The passage of H.R. 625 will be critical in expanding Pennsylvania’s primary care physician workforce,” said Conti.
PAFP joins coalition urging for liability protections Sept. 15, 2020
The PAFP has joined with other organizations representing a broad range of industries and employers throughout the state to urge the Pennsylvania General Assembly's support for providing the health care, business, nonprofit, and education communities with temporary safe harbor from unwarranted lawsuits, while not precluding appropriate
action against bad actors. Read more here.
Triage your finances: ask the experts begins Sept. 10, 2020
Beginning today, Sept. 10, through Oct. 1, Triage MD will field questions about financial best practices from the PAFP Facebook audience. Triage MD will offer advice about investments, student loans, saving strategies, retirement plans, big-ticket purchases, insurance, or anything else you might be wondering (or worrying) about. Click here to join this exciting event!
PAFP student leaders launch medical student survey Sept. 4, 2020
Medical student leaders collaborated with residents and residency directors to develop a survey to collect student perspectives on virtual resources for the virtual recruitment season. Results will help inform residency programs about the information students seek this year and innovative ways to communicate that information. Medical students may complete the survey here.
A message about COVID-19 from the PAFP president
Like you, we at the PAFP have been closely monitoring the data, information and guidance regarding COVID-19. Despite the anticipated continued spread of this virus, I am confident in our desire and willingness as clinicians to provide our patients with competent and compassionate care and to direct them to reliable and appropriate health resource information. Read more.