Once again, medical schools continue their annual fraudulent and misleading statistics in regards to primary care workforce production.  The Dean's Lie is back and rampant across the country.  It only seems to get worse. When will they learn? USA Today: Match Day: More medical graduates enter primary care

About one-quarter (11,762) of the applicants matched to resident positions that train doctors to be on the front line of care — in ...

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The American Academy of Family Physicians (AAFP) took a bold stance in a report regarding the future of primary care in the US by reinforcing its endorsement of the Patient Centered Medical Home (PCMH), specifically led by physicians.  The report was supported by other large national physician organizations including the American Academy of Pediatrics, the American Medical Association, and the American Osteopathic Association. The report took a close look at ...

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A social media movement is happening before our eyes with action starting to take shape.  The #occupyhealthcare movement has begun within to the blogosphere and through various areas of social media by storm. What does the #occupyhealthcare movement mean to me?  My main focus in advocacy for family medicine is the production of an adequate primary care workforce distributed adequately to best serve our country.  Those close to me also ...

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