Current Issue:

August 2018

Leading with Heart, Intellect, and Passion
Lead Poisoning in Children
At What Price? Lack of Cost Transparency of Drugs Negatively Impacts Care

Previous Issues

February 2018

  • Preparing for the 2018 Legislative Session
  • Demystifying Year Two of the Quality Payment Program: Seven Steps to Success in MIPS
  • Practice Options in the New Family Medicine: Finding Our Own Paths to Happiness

October 2017

  • Budget Provisos Affect Health Care in Washington
  • FPs Can Help Negate the Negative Health Impacts of Homelessness
  • Politics, Bias and Medicine: Worth a Re-think?

July 2017

  • Managing Burnout Through Practice Redesign
  • House of Delegates, Annual Scientific Assembly Recaps
  • Mentorship: A Fulfillment of the Hippocratic Oath

April 2017

  • Just Say No to Pharmacy Benefit Managers
  • An Opioid Crisis with No End in Sight
  • Physician Wellness Series Continues

January 2017

  • Why Physician Burnout Hurts Us All
  • Federal Policy Changes Expected
  • Combating Latent and Active Tuberculosis

October, 2016

  • Promoting Physician Wellness Series
  • Oral Health Impacts Overall Health
  • Transgender Health: Support for Patients

July, 2016

  • 2016 House of Delegates Meeting, Elections and Awards
  • Implications of our System of Imprisonment on Family Medicine
  • Where to? What Next? Medicare’s New Payment System

April, 2016

  • Building Washington State’s Newest Medical School – WSU Elson S. Floyd College of Medicine
  • Toward a Model of Shared Antibiotic Stewardship
  • Practice Transformation & Support Alignment Networks

January, 2016

  • Buprenorphine: The Stealth Medicine
  • Guide to Non-Compete Clauses in Washington
  • 2015 Congress of Delegates Report