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Building Bridges To Better Health

August 01, 2022

What the SCOTUS Decision Means for Maryland

You likely know that the US Supreme Court made the decision to strike down longstanding abortion protections afforded by Roe v. Wade and Planned Parenthood v. Casey. This does not change Maryland laws.
Building Bridges To Better Health

July 11, 2022

From the Office of the Regional Director HHS Region 03

The Biden-Harris Administration launched the first phase of its national monkeypox vaccine strategy, a critical part of its monkeypox outbreak response.
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Building Bridges To Better Health

January 07, 2022

Building Bridges To Better Health: A Primary Health Care Challenge

The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) announced the launch of the Building Bridges to Better Health: A Primary Health Care Challenge.
Medicare Unveils

January 07, 2022

Medicare Unveils Updated Payment Rate For 2022

Recently, Congress passed, and the President signed, S. 610, the Protecting Medicare & American Farmers from Sequester Cuts Act into law.
Primary Care Leadership

January 06, 2022

Primary Care Leadership Collaborative: Opportunity For FMIGS

The Primary Care Leadership Collaborative is the AAFP’s leadership development program designed for medical students in FMIG.
Family Medicine Pathways

October 08, 2021

Family Medicine Pathways To Leadership And Career

Virtual discussion for MDAFP students, led by Kisha Davis, MD, MPH, FAAFP.
Dr. Amar Duggirala AAFP’s Boundary Breaker

October 08, 2021

Dr. Amar Duggirala Featured as AAFP’s Boundary Breaker

Dr. Amar Duggirala is a vaccine distribution champion and an advocate for patients and the practice of family medicine.
History Of Medicine

September 01, 2021

History Of Medicine CME Podcasts

The Medical Alumni Association is delighted to offer medical school faculty the Medical History CME Podcasts at a discounted price of $100.
Vaccinations Are Essential

July 26, 2021

Vaccinations Are Essential To Protect Young Lives

Vaccination if they are eligible, and is part of how the whole community stays protected.
Vaccinations Are Essential

July 22, 2021

How to Fight Imposter Syndrome Physician Wellbeing CME

What is imposter syndrome, and what can family physicians do to overcome it?