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Speak Out NOW against the American Health Care Act
Please contact California’s Senators to ask for their opposition to the American Health Care Act (AHCA). The next 10 days are critical; the Senate could vote on this legislation (without a public hearing) the week of June 26 or soon after July 4. Family physicians are a respected voice in the health reform discussion. Use AAFP’s Speak Out system to write and call Senators Dianne Feinstein and Kamala Harris as soon as possible. Although our Senators have made clear they oppose the AHCA, it is important that they let their Republican colleagues know the depth and breadth of California’s opposition. Please take action today! Share this alert through your social networks. Thank you.
Legislature Passes Budget Funding Medi-Cal Pay and Primary Care Residencies
Thanks to the tremendous grassroots advocacy of the CAFP Residency Network, CAFP Key Contacts, our Government Relations team and advocacy partners in Sacramento, the Legislature passed a State Budget that increases Medi-Cal physician payment and saves ​last year's $100 million allocation to the Song-Brown Physician Training Program, which provides grants to primary care residency programs in underserved areas treating underserved populations. ​
Moving The Needle On Primary Care: Covered California’s Strategy To Lower Costs And Improve Quality
Read what CAFP members Drs. Kevin Grumbach and Lance Lang, with Peter V. Lee, have to say about Covered California and the need to improve quality of care.
San Diego AFP 60th Annual Symposium
The San Diego Academy of Family Physicians will hold its 60th Annual Symposium June 23-25, 2017, at the Paradise Point Hotel in Mission Bay. This live activity has been reviewed and is acceptable for up to 25.25 Prescribed Credits by the American Academy of Family Physicians. Several topics will provide updates on a wide range of patient treatment issues commonly encountered by Family Physicians on a daily basis.
CAFP Is Looking for 24 Family Physicians to Chat with Us about AFib and Bleed Risk
Your clinical decision making relies on your expertise and experience. Join us as we explore the decision processes that balance anticoagulation treatment risks and benefits. Join Christopher Flores, MD, co-chair, CAFP's Committee on Continuing Professional Development, onSaturday, June 24, in San Diego, for a conversation unraveling how you decide on the optimal treatment for your AFib patients.

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