Supporting You in Your First Five Years
Billing Seminar hosted by the ACFP’s First Five Years in Family Practice Committee | April 28, 2020
With the support of the Alberta Medical Association’s Fee Consultant, the ACFP’s First Five Years in Family Practice (FFYFP) Committee hosted an evening seminar on “Schedule of Medical Benefits and Billing Basics.”
Med School – Check! Residency – Check! Now What? You may be well on your way in your practice, you may be doing some locums to start out, or you may be forging your own path. Not matter how you spend your first five years in family practice in Alberta, we’re here to help you out. We are a community of your peers – those who have been where you are and those of you who are figuring it out along with you – and we have the resources you may need. We have aggregated the following resources for you to get you on your way.
Other available resources: Your dedicated FFYFP Committee have aggregated the following resources for their peers in their first five.
- The First Five Years in Family Practice Resources – full of useful information you need to start out as a physician in Alberta
- The FFYFP Committee – the people working hard to give you what you need
- First Five Blog Series – the blog dedicated to issues surrounding those in their first five years
The Patient’s Medical Home
The Patient’s Medical Home (PMH) is a vision presented by the CFPC for the future of family practice in Canada. The PMH reflects and responds to the changing needs of populations in Canada. It also reinforces the physician–patient relationship and the importance of the Four Principles of Family Medicine. Check out the PMH Best Advice Tools and Primary Care Toolkit for Family Physicians or PMH webpage for more details.