TAFP member to head AAFP quality improvement efforts

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TAFP member to head AAFP quality improvement efforts

Amy Mullins, M.D.

AAFP has hired Amy Mullins, M.D., formerly of Whitehouse, Texas, as the new Medical Director for Quality Improvement to provide insight on the patient-centered medical home and quality improvement. She will be a useful resource for state chapters looking for PCMH guidance.

“While working in Whitehouse, I was part of the National Demonstration Project from 2006-2008 and medical home has been part of my life since then. I hope to demonstrate that quality in health care and the medical home go hand in hand. With my past experience in the medical home, I hope to provide practical experience to our membership about this transformation process.”

Mullins previously led the PCMH team at Trinity Mother Frances Health System in Whitehouse, Texas, where she worked in various positions since 2002. She received her medical degree from the University of Texas Medical Branch in Galveston in 1999.