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Wergin said these additions helped, but that the AAFP would like to see at least one more primary care slot, as well as slots for other stakeholders.
Previously, he served for three years as a director on the AAFP Board and one year as president-elect.
COlleran, AAFP president, said the association seeks to increase its membership while establishing itself as the nation's leader in feline health.
The AAFP was entirely in the right to accept a contribution from The Coca-Cola Company, and we applaud both parties for entering into an agreement.
Many men don't fully appreciate the value of preventive health care services," notes AAFP president Rick Kellerman, pointing out that 23% of men say they are "healthy" and thus have no reason for making an appointment with their doctor.
Although the AAFP guidelines don't restrict a trial of labor to certain facilities, they do specify that an individually constructed emergency management plan should be in place for each woman who attempts a trial of labor after cesarean (TOLAC).
The AAFP said its confusion "was only heightened" by the fact that the Office of the Inspector General's estimates of incorrect Medicare payments have decreased since the inception of annual audits by the OIG.
Having many URLs on the AAFP Web server permits the association to leverage its exposure via multiple "site submissions" to the search engine.
This process allows the AAFP to encourage presentations by family physicians and other educators involved in promoting community health.
AAFP was a national professional association of family practitioners described in Sec.
In a presentation in the AAFP Scientific Assembly's Product Theater, Dr.
Cain noted that he began his run as an AAFP officer in 2007, a time when the "impending collapse" description had been bestowed upon family medicine by the Institute of Medicine.
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