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At the Texas Academy of Family Physicians, our mission is to promote the health of all Texans by serving the needs of members and advancing the specialty of family medicine.

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Online CME — Solutions to Administrative Burden: Inbox

In this free one-hour on-demand activity, family physicians discuss innovations they’ve deployed to address administrative burden.

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G2211 add-on code: What it is and when to use it

AAFP is closely monitoring implementation of the new CMS add-on code for complexity. Check out your Academy's G2211 resources.

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Family Medicine Advocacy Rounds for March 2024

AAFP urges Congress to provide permanent Medicare payment fix, fights for increased primary care investment, congratulates new class of family doctors on Match Day, and more.

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Triage in the moment of trauma

When an EF3 tornado ripped through the Panhandle town of Perryton in June 2023, TAFP member Blake DeWitt, MD, and the team of health professionals there sprung to action amid the devastation. Here is his first-person account

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Get your required human trafficking CME 

Watch TAFP's online course, "Identifying Human Trafficking in Texas: What Physicians Need to Know," and get your required human trafficking training credit.

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Administrative simplification

The TAFP Council on Medical Practice has curated a set of articles and resources to help you reduce administrative burden in your practice.

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Value-based care resources

Watch an informational video by Dr. Peter Valenzuela and access a variety of other VBC tools and resources.

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Meet your April Member of the Month

Jon Rich, DO

Jon Rich, DO, grew up in Louisiana where he attended a medical magnet high school program, followed by an undergraduate degree from Texas Christian University. After completing medical school at the Texas College of Osteopathic Medicine and a residency with the Conroe Regional Medical Center for Family Medicine, he chose to join a group practice in rural Athens, Texas. After a long career in a group setting, Rich recently set out on his own, starting a new practice in the same rural community where he has spent the past 18 years of his career in family medicine.

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TAFP Foundation

Through support of students, residents, and research, we build the foundation for the future of family medicine

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