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At the Texas Academy of Family Physicians, our mission is to promote the health of all Texans by serving the needs of members and advancing the specialty of family medicine.

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TAFP will create a new $1 million fund to engage students and residents

The TAFP Board of Directors recently voted to establish a new fund to be administered by the TAFP Foundation that will support medical students and residents.

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Online CME — Solutions to Administrative Burden: Inbox

In this free one-hour on-demand activity, family physicians discuss innovations they’ve deployed to address administrative burden.

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Family Medicine Advocacy Rounds for June 2024

AAFP backs legislation to streamline prior authorizations, applauds SCOTUS ruling on mifepristone, and more.

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A family medicine champion for West Texas

A profile of Texas Family Physician of the Year

Ron Cook, DO, MBA

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2024 TAFP Student and Resident Summit

August 24, 2024
Courtyard by Marriott
Grapevine, Texas

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Get your required human trafficking CME 

Watch TAFP's online course, "Identifying Human Trafficking in Texas: What Physicians Need to Know," and get your required human trafficking training credit.

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Administrative simplification

The TAFP Council on Medical Practice has curated a set of articles and resources to help you reduce administrative burden in your practice.

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Value-based care resources

Watch an informational video by Dr. Peter Valenzuela and access a variety of other VBC tools and resources.

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Meet your July Member of the Month

Tina Philip, DO

After completing her family medicine residency at JPS, Tina Philip, DO, was an employed physician in a small private practice for a decade. Once she realized she wanted more autonomy as a physician she started her own solo practice in March 2020. As a physician in solo practice, she found herself becoming more active in organized medicine. Philip currently serves as president of the Travis County Medical Society, chair of TAFP's Council on Medical Practice, and is a member of TMA's Council on Socioeconomics. Her practice participates in an accountable care organization of which she is a board member and the medical director.

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TAFP Foundation

Through support of students, residents, and research, we build the foundation for the future of family medicine

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