The commission works to improve the practice environment of family physicians. It directly supports the following AAFP's Strategic Objectives: Increase Payment to Reflect Contribution; Comprehensiveness of Practice; Reduce Administrative Complexity; Help to Optimize Patient Care via Technology. The commission studies and develops recommendations, policies, and programs for family medicine in the following areas:
CQP provides oversight of several member interest groups (MIGs) listed below. The MIGs can bring forward recommendations for consideration by CQP. As of this date, the groups include:
Commission Service Overview
Members serve a two-year term with an option for one two-year extension. Members of the CQP meet twice each year, January or February in-person along with other commissions in Kansas City, and June virtually.
The Commission on Finance and Insurance establishes reimbursement policies for commission members. Members are reimbursed:
If you are interested in nominating yourself for this commission:
If you are interested in nominating yourself for commission chair (in your final year of service on the commission):
You can access the Commission Resource Manual for more information here.