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Join the Colorado Primary Care Collaborative for  Primary Care Payment & Delivery Reform: What’s on the Horizon This 1-day event explores the state and national payment reform climate, diverse forms of payment and practice, and the integral role primary care must play.    It is designed for providers, payers, employers, business and community leaders, and all

Colorado State Capitol

Healthcare has shaped every legislative session, and 2017 will be no different. We anticipate a busy and important session this year, both at the state and national level. We hope to have many family physicians representing us at the Capitol in 2017. Our legislators need to hear your concerns, your stories, and why you and

Our new issue features a number of great stories, including a look at the rural training track in Colorado, a life member’s reflection on many decades in family medicine, and a family physician’s guide to the November ballot, for anyone who is yet to vote! Plus, earn CME by reading this issue! Details on page

Join the CAFP for a Knowledge Self Assessment in Colorado. This working group will focus on “Care of the Vulnerable Elderly” and is taught by Dr. Kern Low. This one-day session meets your ABFM Family Medicine Certification Self-Assessment Activities requirement. The AAFP reports your answers directly to the ABFM on your behalf. When: November 5, 2016, 10

Renew Your AAFP and CAFP Membership Online

It’s time to review your AAFP and CAFP membership! Renewals can be done online at www.aafp.org/quickpay. You will need your AAFP Member ID Number and your Invoice Number. If you have any questions about membership, or need assistance with renews, please reach out to Lynlee Espeseth, CAFP’s Director of Communications, Marketing and Membership, at lynlee@coloradoafp.org

September is Healthy Aging Month

September marks Healthy Aging Month, as well as World Alzheimer’s Month. In recognition of the positive effect primary care has on staying healthy as we age, Health is Primary is offering a number of resources to physicians and patients. The U.S. population is expected to increase 18 percent from 2005 to 2025, with the population over age sixty-five growing by

The 2016 Student and Resident Networking Event is Here! Join the Colorado Academy of Family Physicians, family medicine leaders, and your fellow students and residents for a casual night of networking! When: Monday, September 26, 6:30 PM to 8:30 PM Where: Dry Dock Brewery, 15120 E. Hampden Ave. Aurora, CO 80014 Cost: Free for students

CAFP State Legislative Candidate Reception Held

The cornerstone of family medicine is the relationships family physicians build with their patients. That special relationship of trust and understanding can help a patient achieve their full health potential, and as we know from countless CAFP members, it’s what brings great joy to their practice and to their lives. Yet family physicians are even