Managing a busy practice is no simple task, whether you have one physician or a large group practice. TAFP is here to help. We’ve assembled a set of resources to provide you with information you might need on a variety of topics to help you make your practice a success.
TAFP partners with Bradley Reiner to provide family physician members with practice management assistance.
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Managing a practice’s day to day tasks is a full time job. Take advantage of these operations resources including information on billing and coding and the ICD-10 transition, payment, managed care, contracts, and much more.
> See all practice operations resources
Health information technology
Keep your practice up to speed with technology options by visiting our health information technology resources page. Here you’ll find information on electronic health record systems, e-prescribing, and other technology related resources.
> Visit the health information technology resources page
Let TAFP help ease your practice’s transition to a patient-centered medical home or an accountable care organization, or with other practice redesign ideas.
> See all practice transformation resources
> Learn more about becoming a PCMH
> Visit the ACO resources page
Payment and system reform
Health care reform is constantly in the news these days, meaning things are fluid and ever-changing. Learn about clinical integration, see videos from TAFP’s Payment Reform Summit, and more.
> Visit the payment and system reform resources page
Patients often turn first to their primary care providers on a number of topics – immunizations, tobacco cessation, weight issues, and much more. Here you’ll find resources on these and many other public health topics.
> See all of TAFP’s public health resources
Practice-based research resources
Interested in participating in practice-based research? TAFP’s Section on Research wants you to know that Texas is home to lots of practice-based primary care research opportunities. Check out our new research page at tafp.org to learn more and to contact like-minded colleagues and find a project to dive into.
> Check out TAFP’s practice-based research resources.