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FAFP Strategic Priorities 2024



Be the leading advocate for family medicine in Florida through the promotion of healthcare excellence



Be a premier resource for CME, knowledge exchange, and professional development in collaboration with the FAFP Foundation


Objective 1:  Remain a valuable resource to lawmakers and regulators both in-district and in Tallahassee

Objective 4:  Continue to create exceptional family medicine member focused educational experiences that support life-long learning and high-quality clinical outcomes for MDs and DOs alike

The FAFP Board of Directors approves annual strategic priorities tied to four distinct goals:  Advocacy, Education, Career & Practice Enhancement, and Member & Leadership Engagement.  The three strategic priorities per goal are intended to be measurable and completed either within the year or on a longitudinal basis.  The FAFP leadership works diligently via internal and external partnerships to track and accomplish the priorities as defined.  To learn more about what the FAFP is working on to fulfill its mission of "Supporting Florida's Family Physicians," take a look below:


Objective 2:  Pursue legislative and regulatory proposals that support the practice and specialty of family medicine in all facets as determined by members’ needs.  Specifically, continued annual loan repayment funding and eliminate restrictive covenants and achieve Medicaid to Medicare rates for all primary care services by 2028

Objective 3:  Engaging members to serve as advocacy agents of family medicine through participation in doctor of the day program, key contacts, speak-outs, member spotlights, and more to promote the specialty

Objective 5:  Directly engage 30% of active FAFP members annually via any FAFP educational activities including CME weekends, online enduring educational activities, and other programming as identified by the FAFP leadership and program evaluations

Objective 6:  Create a residency learning network that actively engages 100% of Florida’s family medicine residency programs


Enhance and support members’ ability to fulfill practice and career goals and pursue work-life balance


Objective 7:  Measure and support members’ needs as identified by surveys and environmental assessments within the specialty of family medicine through all stages of the family medicine career continuum

Objective 8:  Develop and constantly update member resources that assist in achieving and/or satisfying state and federal practice requirements

Objective 9:  Support members’ desire to practice comprehensively and to the full extent of their family medicine training

Objective 10:  Ensure the FAFP embraces a culture that respects diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) in all aspects of organizational goals and objectives


Promote a unified family medicine profession in Florida through value driven membership engagement


Objective 11:  Increase FAFP’s membership retention rate of graduating family medicine residents who stay in Florida to practice by 10% before the end of 2026

Objective 12:  Supporting leadership development and engagement, both internally and externally, while continually striving to be recognized as a standard of excellence within the community of organized medicine

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