Family Medicine United for Colorado is a collaborative volunteer community of solutions organized around the principle of collective action in response to Colorado's growing primary care crisis.
Our mission is to preserve and advance Family Medicine during and after the COVID-19 pandemic.
Our vision is that all Colorado family medicine practices join together in conjunction with their communities to protect and promote the physical, mental, and fiscal well-being of all.
The National Association of Free & Charitable Clinics (NAFC) and the American Academy of Family Physicians (AAFP) have offered up key considerations for managing your practice during the pandemic.
Check out their resources:
Need help with telemedicine implementation, billing, safety precautions or even systematic support to keep your doors open? Experts are available to help you at no cost. They have tools and resources to share, in addition to a free consultation. Contact AnswerBank to evaluate your practice needs for help through Family Medicine United for Colorado.
Family Medicine United for Colorado is a collaborative among the University of Colorado Department of Family Medicine (DFM), the Colorado Academy of Family Physicians (CAFP), and the Colorado Center for Primary Care Innovation. It was created and inspired by DFM’s Frank deGruy to help family medicine practices survive COVID-19 and become stronger and better after the crisis.
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