Your TAFP News Now update for the week of February 21, 2018
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Learn how three organizations prepare future FM leaders
The American Academy of Family Physicians, Family Medicine for America’s Health, and Primary Care Progress have joined forces to train the next generation of family medicine advocates.
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Immunization Partnership to bring stakeholders together
The Immunization Partnership will hold several stakeholder meetings across the state this spring. Learn about national and state immunization policies, successes and challenges, and explore ways to be an effective immunization advocate.
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CMS releases new guidelines on E/M services provided by students
The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services recently released a new guideline allowing teaching physicians to verify medical student documentation in medical records rather than having to re-document the work. Read more about the revised Medicare Claims Processing Manual in this news item from the Society of Teachers of Family Medicine.
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Serve as a family medicine expert to the Texas Medical Board
The Texas Medical Board is looking for additional family medicine experts to perform reviews. If you would like to know more or are interested in serving in this capacity, email Juleah Williams.
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Don’t miss your chance to save
The C. Frank Webber Lectureship and Interim Session is just around the corner, so don’t miss out on the chance save some money. Make your reservations at the Renaissance Austin Hotel before March 21 to take advantage of the TAFP group rate.
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