Your 2019 AAFP Membership:
What’s It Worth?
The AAFP offers incredible value, including access to tools, solutions, and insights that you can implement into your daily work.
Your AAFP membership adds your voice to our legislative efforts in Washington and provides for the development of high-quality, evidence-based CME and clinical guidelines that support the care you deliver to your patients. As a member, you also receive a variety of exclusive products, programs, services, and discounts totaling more than $3,200 in member savings.
Here are a few examples:
Improving Family Physician Payment and Reducing Administrative Burden
Download of MACRA: 2019 MIPS Playbook
Value ► $199
Physician Payment and Risk Models resources
Value ► $140
Hospital Privileging resources
Value ► $140
Starting a Practice Toolkit
Value ► $139
Download of MACRA: QPP Bulletin (up to 2 CME credits)
Value ► $75
Hierarchical Condition Category (HCC) Webcast
Value ► $70
Download of Risk-Stratified Care Management Tool
Value ► $50
Physician Well-being Resources
Physician Health First & Well-being Planner
Value ► $720
6 Well-being CME Activities (up to 6.75 CME credits)
Value ► $260
Maslach Burnout Inventory Assessment
Value ► $15
Online access to 1,360 Board Review practice questions (up to 34 CME credits)
Value ► $400
Access to METRIC performance improvement modules1
Value ► $250
Online access to 3 CME Activities (up to 4 CME credits):
Value ► $150
- Assisting Patients with Opioid Addiction Treatment Webcast
- Type 2 DM: Medication and Lifestyle Modifications Webcast
- Quality Payment Program: Appropriate Coding and Documentation of Chronic Conditions Bulletin
Online access to 3 clinical self-study sessions (up to 3 CME credits):
Value ► $115
- Upper Body Evaluations, Examinations and Injury Management
- Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease
- Vascular Emergencies
Exclusive Members-only Services and Programs
Primary+: CME Reporter, Requirements Planner, and Procedure Tracker
CME Discounts: Member discounts on FMX, Board Review Express, Clinical Live Courses, and a broad selection of self-study resources including board prep, clinical topics, and performance improvement CME
AAFP Virtual CareTM: Exclusive Telemedicine software platform for members in small practices
Practice Management Help Desk: Access to staff subject matter experts
AAFP Member Advantage: Discounts on products and services
Member Interest Groups: Discussion forums with like-minded members to enhance professional growth and connections
Degree of Fellow program (FAAFP): Recognition of professional accomplishments
AAFP Insurance Program(www.aafpins.com): Leverages the group buying power of members to offer exclusive insurance products, pricing, benefits, features, and services.
Member Savings of $3,261
The AAFP is committed to:
The AAFP works to demonstrate the value family medicine brings to the health care system and increase the investment all payers and employers make in primary care. Our efforts are focused on reducing administrative burdens you face, standardizing and harmonizing administrative requirements, and ensuring appropriate value of the services you provide.
The AAFP develops practical tools and resources to help all family physicians–regardless of practice type–build and sustain high-functioning primary care practices while providing quality patient care and achieving professional fulfillment.
The AAFP is committed to increasing and supporting the family medicine workforce, from the time a student chooses family medicine through the completion of a satisfying career. By advocating for graduate medical education and payment reform, the AAFP is working to rebalance the composition and distribution of the physician workforce in the U.S., which will benefit you and your patients.
The AAFP equips you with the data, knowledge, competencies and skills to provide high quality, evidence-based care of your patients in the context of family and community. Our clinical recommendations provide you with evidence-based guidance about preventive care, diagnosis and assessment, and management of acute and chronic conditions.
1. Assumes completion of (2) ABFM Performance Improvement Activities in one year
Last Updated 1/16/2019.