Health Expo Looking for Volunteers
During ACOFP ’18, ACOFP members participated in interactive and educational activities, designed to increase the awareness of fitness resources and products to help improve both patient care and the personal wellness of family physicians.

ACOFP is looking for volunteers to join the Health Expo Planning Committee for ACOFP ‘19 in Las Vegas. If you are interested in getting involved with this exciting committee, please email

Health is Primary Update

Health is Primary has launched two new campaign videos on the value and cost effectiveness of primary care.

Health is Primary will be sponsoring the Alliance for Health Policy’s Signature Series in 2018. This year we will focus on health care payment and aging. The first summit will focus on cost and will be held in Washington, DC on May 17. For those who cannot join in person, a video of the event will be available at

View the complete update.

Need CME?
CME opportunities are abundant across the country this summer. Why not bring the family along to one of the vacation destination CME seminars such as Anaheim, California or Orlando, Florida and make some family memories while earning CME.

View more details on the Calendar of Events.

New OFP Editors
Ronald Januchowski, DO was recently appointed Editor-In-Chief of Osteopathic Family Physician (OFP) and Paula Gregory, DO, MBA, CHCQM, FAIHQ recently accepted the Associate Editor position.

Dr. Januchowski currently serves as the Associate Dean for Medical Education for the Via College of Osteopathic Medicine in Spartanburg, South Carolina.  He has been involved with OFP as an author, peer reviewer and was the OFP Associate Editor before beginning his role as Editor. Dr. Gregory has been a member of the OFP Editorial Board since 2016 and is a published author, seasoned peer reviewer and accomplished lecturer.


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