The Oregon Academy of Family Physicians supports family physicians in their pursuit of optimal health for the people of Oregon.
Explore Our Resources:
- Learn more about health reform efforts in Oregon. Tools to help you and your patients.
- Attend an upcoming conference or Continuing Medical Education event.
- Explore our publication and the recent edition of our quarterly magazine.
- Apply to a scholarship for medical students.
- Find a new job or volunteer position.
ANNUAL SPRING FAMILY MEDICINE WEEKEND and ORPRN Convocation
April 20-22, 2017
Registration is now OPEN!
Oregon is featured in this New York Times article. It highlights the challenges Rep. Greg Walden faces as he grapples with making changes to the ACA despite Oregon’s success in implementing the program.
There are many recent developments in our campaign to improve the environment for primary care, including payment reform, technical assistance and developing common metrics.
Here is a comprehensive study by PSU showing that the PCPCH program saved $240 million over the past 3 years, with savings increasing every year.
Click here for the recommendations from the Primary Care Payment Reform Collaborative.
See how much the insurance carriers are spending on primary care. This report, released in January, covers care provided in 2015.
Learn more about becoming a member. Pay your dues on-line here:
Get contact information for a fellow OAFP or AAFP member.
Health is Primary! Check out the campaign to champion family physicians at the forefront of health reform. This effort joins forces with employers, policymakers, community leaders and health advocates to build a primary care system that reflects the values of family medicine, puts patients at the center of their care, and improves the health of all Americans.
The OAFP welcomes all physicians, members and patients of every color, language, ethnicity, origin, age, ability, sexual orientation, gender expression, marital status, and life situation. Our intention is to provide excellent care to all citizens of Oregon. We understand that members of the above listed communities have unique health care challenges and to this end we support ongoing education that directly addresses of health related issues of each of these communities.