The Michigan Academy of Family Physicians (MAFP) is the state’s largest specialty physician association. With more than 4,200 members, MAFP is dedicated to assisting Family Physicians and their practices as they work to ensure high-quality, cost-effective healthcare for patients of all ages.
News & Announcements
On June 20, CMS issued a proposed rule that would make changes to the second year (Calendar Year 2018) of the Quality Payment Program aimed at simplifying reporting requirements and easing administrative burdens.
The Michigan Legislature has made passage of legislation aimed at addressing the opioid crisis a priority this year, and prior to the summer adjournment, both chambers came closer to advancing bills they believe will help curb the epidemic.
On June 20, the Michigan House passed legislation that would require physicians and other healthcare professionals to provide information to parents who receive a prenatal or postnatal diagnosis of spina bifida, as well as any person who has received a positive spina bifida test result.
Congratulations to the students and residents from Michigan selected by AAFP Foundation to receive Family Medicine Leads Scholarships to attend the National Conference of Family Medicine Residents & Medical Students, July 27-29, in Kansas City, and to those selected to participate in the 2017-2018 class of the Family Medicine Leads Emerging Leader Institute.
Michigan Reception at the 2017 AAFP National Conference
July 28, 2017
Kansas City, MO
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