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The Gettysburg battlefield becomes your classroom Jan. 22, 2019

Experience a day like none other! This experiential segment of our combined PAFP and WellSpan Health CME Conference at the Wyndham Gettysburg, March 8-10 actually takes you out on the Gettysburg battlefield for a program about leadership. Space is limited to 35 participants. Click here for complete details and to register before the early bird rate ends on Friday, Feb. 1.

PAFP releases results of legislative priorities survey Jan. 18, 2019

When the PAFP unveiled its 2019-20 State Legislative Agenda, we invited members to help us prioritize our advocacy slate. Among issues like prior authorization and insurer credentialing, which are most important to family physicians in Pennsylvania? Click here to see the results of our survey, which will guide the PAFP's decision-making in Harrisburg through 2020.

Anti-vaccine movement a top health threat: WHO Jan. 17, 2019

As the anti-vaccine movement gains traction, the World Health Organization (WHO) has listed vaccine hesitancy among its top global health threats of 2019, alongside the worldwide influenza pandemic, weak primary health care, climate change, and HIV. According to U.S. News & World Report, the WHO says vaccination prevents 2 to 3 million deaths per year. 

Most Americans say U.S. health care is in crisis Jan. 16, 2019

The U.S. health care system is in trouble, according to the majority of Americans. Fortune Magazine reports 70 percent say the health care system either has "major problems" or is in a "state of crisis." Costs of care are a large reason for this: rising insurance premiums are a concern for 61 percent of Americans; nearly half are worry they won't be able to afford their care.  

PAFP statement on recent AAFP Congress of Delegates action

I have had the pleasure of hearing from and speaking with a number of members about a resolution adopted at the AAFP’s recent Congress of Delegates meeting regarding “engaged neutrality” on the issue of medical aid in dying. Understandably, this position change has created concerns among some members. (Please click here to view the full PAFP statement.)

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