The bipartisan legislation included considerable support for several programs that the AAFP has staunchly advocated for, benefitting primary care practices and patients.
The Academy recently delivered urgent new guidance to regulators and called for the PHE to continue “through at least the end of calendar year 2022.”
The AAFP’s push for administrative simplification scored a victory as HHS announced withdrawal of a harmful rule mandating thousands of existing regulations be reviewed or rescinded.
We have wins to share! Examine the Academy's critical advocacy campaigns as the battle to sustain, support and strengthen family medicine moves forward. Check out the latest in the fight for the specialty.
The Academy is working with President Joe Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris on priorities that promote interests of family physicians and importance of primary care. Follow the AAFP’s advocacy work with the White House.
The bipartisan Congressional Primary Care Caucus educates members of Congress and their staffs on critical primary care issues affecting their districts and advocates for policies that strengthen U.S. primary care.