Welcome to the Spring 2019 issue of Pennsylvania Physician.

PAMED is the powerful voice for physicians in the state. Discover our "Women in Medicine" issue to find out more about the women leaders who are changing health care.

Pg. 16: Opinion Editorials

“See One, Do One, Teach One”

Finding Creative Solutions in Primary Care

Women Roles in Medicine: A PAMED Member’s Perspective

Pg. 22: Women In Medicine
While parity for Pennsylvania’s most accomplished female physicians is still a long way off, the changing landscape for women in medicine has never looked brighter. 

Pg. 38: What’s Next for Association Health Plans (AHPs)
Catch up on the final rule for AHPs, an overview of Pennsylvania’s plans for implementation, and next steps for PAMED. 

AHP Article Update: On March 28, 2019, a District of Columbia federal district court struck down the Department of Labor's final AHP rule. The district court concluded that the rule exceeded the statutory authority delegated by Congress in ERISA, and therefore is unlawful and should be set aside. Read the update here.

Pg. 43: Legislative Spotlight
New State Laws on Patient Test Results and Electronic Prescribing of Controlled Substances

Pg. 52: Physicians & Philanthropy

Pg. 58: Physicians with Long-Term Disability
Common Issues That Can Jeopardize Your Financial Security

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