Family Medicine Resources
FAFP is your indispensable resource. Contact FAFP with questions and/or for assistance on all aspects of the practice of family medicine in Florida, i.e., managed care issues; insurance reimbursement; Medicare, Medicaid and HMOs; Patient-Centered Medical Home; physician manpower; rural health; legislation and regulations; hospital and practice privileges; medical staff bylaws; credentialing; etc. For more information, please visit: www.fafp.org
AHIT is the federally-designated Regional Extension Center (REC) for healthcare providers in Duval County. Your practice may be eligible for a free AHIT membership that includes education and additional resources. Your Community Partner will help determine if you qualify. For more information, visit AdvanceHealthIT.org or contact your Community Partner Representative Radley Remo, Duval County Health Department, at email@example.com and (904) 253-2052.
Atlantic Health Partners: Start Saving Money on Vaccines Now! The Florida Academy of Family Physicians has partnered with Atlantic Health Partners because Atlantic can save Family Physicians money, advocate for fair payment and support family medicine and our chapter. Joining the Atlantic program is free to your practice and enrollment is completely voluntary. As a member of Atlantic, your practice places orders directly with Sanofi Pasteur and Merck and receives the most favorable pricing and purchasing terms for pediatric, adolescent, adult, and flu vaccines. We encourage you to contact Atlantic at 800.741.2044 or at firstname.lastname@example.org, or visit www.atlantichealthpartners.com
The Core Content Review of Family Medicine is a unique educational resource for family physicians and other primary care professionals who desire a comprehensive, practical and affordable home-study program for earning CME credit or preparing for Board examination. For more information, 888-343-CORE or email@example.com please visit: www.corecontent.com
As a resident of Florida, you and your family have access to a statewide Prescription Assistance Program (PAP). Create and print your FREE discount prescription drug card by clicking here. This pharmacy coupon card will provide you with Rx medication savings of up to 75% at more than 68,000 pharmacies across the country. We encourage you to create and send to friends and family members via one of the many available options.
Mingle Analytics knows Medicare quality reporting is complicated. Mingle Analytics serves solo to large practices, reporting all measures for all specialties with a submission success rate greater than 99%. Let Mingle Analytics streamline your Medicare quality reporting today. They are more than a technical solution; they will guide you every step of the way. When you choose Mingle, you work one-on-one with a knowledgeable Consultant to help you select meaningful measures, understand changes to CMS reporting rules, and succeed with quality reporting. For more information, click here or visit: https://mingleanalytics.com/fafp
My Green Doctor saves you money by showing your office how to adopt wise environmental practices. The Academy now provides a free practice management service for members and their offices: My Green Doctor. Primary care offices are saving over $2500 per doctor annually by adopting wise environmental sustainability practices & teaching these to their patients. You get a free waiting room certificate for signing up, & Green Doctor Recognition is available from the FACP. Ask your manager to register & to start your Green Team: www.mygreendoctor.org. For more information, click here.
As the Quality Innovation Network-Quality Improvement Organization (QIN-QIO) for Florida, Arizona, California, and Ohio, and the U.S. Virgin Islands, HSAG collaborates with patients, families, caregivers, hospitals, nursing homes, home health agencies, physician offices, and other stakeholders in order to improve healthcare. QIN-QIOs work with communities and providers on strategic initiatives and projects to implement improvements in the quality of care available throughout the spectrum of care. QIN-QIO projects drive quality by providing technical assistance, convening learning and action networks for sharing best practices, and collecting and analyzing data for improvement. Resources for Meaningful Use. Resources for PQRS. For more information, contact Diane B. Chronis, BS RN CMUP, Project Director at firstname.lastname@example.org
Vaccine solutions for the modern practice. View a short video with more information or click on the logo to learn more.
Consumer grade wearable medical devices have exploded in number, but they are unregulated. Dr. Z - The Wearable Report is carefully evaluating these devices and meticulously reviewing the scientific literature related to their use. There is a technologic revolution occurring in medicine as healthcare is finally becoming decentralized and patients are being given the opportunity to monitor and improve their own health with the power of technology. Their goal is to help consumers make educated choices on which devices to purchase for their healthcare needs and to better understand the advantages and limitations of each device and how they compare to each other. For more information, please visit: https://personalmedicalsolutions.com/.
The Opioid Response Network Helps You Help Others
The opioid and stimulant crisis has strained the entire healthcare system and demands an array of solutions. ORN has brought together hundreds of addiction specialists and over 45 national professional healthcare organizations to support healthcare providers. All for free. Contact ORN to see how they can help enhance your efforts. Visit OpioidResponseNetwork.org. Funded by SAMHSA.
Free Education and Training from the Opioid Response Network
Even some of the most equipped organizations have found themselves overwhelmed by the opioid and stimulant crisis. If you are among them, ORN may be able to help. ORN has brought together hundreds of addiction specialists and over 45 national professional healthcare organizations to help healthcare providers and provide evidence-based practices. Contact the ORN today to see how they can help enhance your efforts. Visit OpioidResponseNetwork.org. Funded by SAMHSA.