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National Procedures Institute Workshop
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NPI Workshop – Suturing
Thursday, Nov. 8 | 8 a.m. – 5:30 p.m.
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NPI Workshop—Ultrasound: Office, Hospitalist, and Emergency with Musculoskeletal Scanning
Saturday, June 4 through Sunday, June 5 Additional registration fee of $1,150*
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Annual Session and Primary Care Summit
AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™-- Gaylord Texan Resort & Convention Center | 1501 Gaylord Trail | Grapevine, TX 76051
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COVID-19 mitigation strategy for ASPCS
In a little more than five weeks, the Texas Academy of Family Physicians will host its premier continuing medical education event, the 2021 Annual … more
Receive hands-on procedural training with NPI in November in San Antonio
When the National Procedures Institute makes a stop in Texas in November, get more from your practice by … more
NPI Workshop: Joint Exam and Injections with Introduction to Ultrasound Guidance
Thursday, July 248 a.m. - 5:30 p.m.
Additional registration fee of $775*Register online now.
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All hands were on deck for this busy Thursday. A note on how it all fits together, “Annual Session” refers to the business portion while the “Scientific Assembly” refers to the continuing medical education portion.
Both were in full swing today with Day 2 of the NPI workshop, the start of general session CME, and TAFP members meeting throughout the day in a dozen different policy-making groups.
One CME seminar to highlight is “Financial Realities for the Physician Manager,” with top Academy business minds Dr. Robert Youens of Weimar, Dr. Doug Curran of Athens, and Dr. Stephen Benold of Georgetown. Both Dr. Youens and Dr. Curran run very successful family medicine practices in rural areas, and Dr. Benold spends part of his time as a financial advisor. The idea for this seminar actually began with our August 2010 Strategic Planning meeting: TAFP members wanted more training as an increasing number of physicians are taking a larger role in the business side of medicine. Whether running a solo practice or joining a large hospital group, this seminar taught attendees the basics of business—addressing the difference between benchmarking and profit, the bottleneck concept, and the importance of efficiency.more
National Procedures Institute celebrates two decades of procedural training
Twenty years ago, National Procedures Institute held its first procedural training conference, making 2009 a year for … more
Don’t cut procedures from your practice
By John L. Pfenninger, M.D.
Nearly all physicians experience the financial pressures of providing medical care. Certainly those in private practice know … more