As We See It: Voices From the AAFP

"As We See It" uses messages from AAFP leadership, editorials and other opinion pieces to update you on Academy advocacy and other key topics, often including "inside story" information to help you better understand the Academy's actions. From time to time, individual AAFP members may be invited to share their views on issues via guest opinions. As We See It online also is the home for letters to the editor.

Like what you read in As We See It? Beg to differ? Have an issue you think As We See It should address? E-mail your ideas -- and your letters to the editor -- to aafpnews@aafp.org. Or, take advantage of the comments feature shown on each story page to air your views.

Recent "As We See It" Stories

02/27/2015 — Patients -- and physicians -- suffer when patients don't follow their doctor's advice. Lynne Lillie, M.D., looks at the need for individualized care and the unintended consequences of quality measures.

02/24/2015 — Kyle Jones, M.D., writes that being able to find the humor in our everyday interactions with patients, and especially being able to laugh at ourselves, is a crucial part of surviving a challenging profession.

02/20/2015 — With input from the AAFP, the National Committee for Quality Assurance is planning big changes to its patient-centered medical home recognition process.

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