Yesterday was a unique experience for me. As usual, I was hanging out on twitter and monitoring things. What I was monitoring was spreading the word on an issue that is very important to Family Medicine. Read my post yesterday for more details. But, in brief, proposed federal cuts in Medicare may have significant effects on the number of Family Physicians in future years….
#Family Medicine Rocks – Family Medicine Rocks Blog – Mike Sevilla, MD – Family Medicine Social Media Advocacy #SaveGME #meded14 Jul
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