AAFP Receives $1 Million Grant for Performance Improvement Program

The American Academy of Family Physicians has received a $1 million grant to support a new performance improvement continuing medical education program designed to help family physicians enhance the care they provide to patients with cardiovascular disease.

The American Academy of Family Physicians recently announced that it received a $1 million grant from the GlaxoSmithKline Center for Medical Education to support a new performance improvement continuing medical education initiative aimed at improving family physician care of cardiovascular patients. Called “Healthy Communities Collaborative,” or HCC, the program focuses on helping family physicians redesign their practices to better care for their cardiovascular patients.

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