News & Resources
Thank you to the Tennessee Council on Developmental Disabilities for providing links to these disability resources available in Tennessee
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PRIME Registry is family medicine’s only specialty outpatient quality registry, open to all primary care clinicians, including Family Physicians, general internists, general pediatricians, nurse practitioners, physician assistants and many other clinical team members. PRIME Registry uses the data from your EHR (Electronic Health Record), mapping it to a robust set of quality measures presented in an easy to use dashboard that allows clinicians and practices to view and track measure performance data at the practice, clinician and patient level.
Tennessee AFP again proudly sponsors “Quittin’ Time in Tennessee” to help Tennessee smokers “Calling it Quits in 2019” Click here to print a Poster you can use in your office to assist your patients…… Let's Call it Quits!Flyer_2019
Check out the EHR Newsletter December 2018
View the Tennessee Commission on Children and Youth Newsletter at the link below: https://www.tn.gov/content/tn/tccy/educate-inform/tccy-pubs/advocate.html
Click here for the latest Tennessee Healthcare Innovation Initiative newsletter. In this newsletter:
– Pausing Future Episode Design
– Annual Episodes Design Feedback Session Presentation Slides
In this issue more news about the CMS name change for the EHR Incentive programs, a reminder about the June 30 deadline for resubmitting attestations for eligibility corrections, and an article on finding public health options.
The Tennessee Academy of Family Physicians is proud to be a partner in the Safe Stars initiative. Safe Stars is a collaboration between the Tennessee Department of Health and the Program for Injury Prevention in Youth Sports at The Monroe Carell Jr. Children's...
Please visit this link to view AAFP Tips: https://www.aafp.org/practice-management/transformation/pi-tips.html?cmpid
Please click this link to view the welcome notice for the Vital Records Information Management System (VRISM). NOTE – No paper death certificates accepted after July 16, 2018
Please visit the following site to find our more information about how TN Together. https://www.tn.gov/opioids
A Comprehensive Plan to End the Opioid Crisis in Tennessee Click here to view the one pager.