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Healthy People. Healthy Businesses. Healthy Communities.

While the health care industry is in a time of great change, AFMC’s purpose is solid: to help health care providers deliver the best quality of care at the lowest cost and to empower patients to take control of their own health and that of their families

We accomplish this through education, outreach, data analysis, information technology, medical case utilization and review and marketing/communications services provided by a staff of approximately 300.

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Providing Solutions To Our Customers For 50 Years

AFMC works with you to create and implement custom solutions to fit almost any industry. While we have previously worked heavily in health and medical industries, the last few years have given us opportunities to branch out to offer our services and solutions to many industries, including, but not limited to the following:

  • Call Center Services
  • Practice Transformation
  • Security Risk Analysis
  • Services for Arkansas Medicaid Providers
  • Virtual Events
  • Analytics
  • Peer Recovery Support
  • Review Services


AFMC TV was created to share information with the community. You’ll hear from health care experts on a broad range of medical topics from immunizations and telehealth to health care trends and news.

Our promise to you is to keep you informed in a digital way providing useful information to you and your care team.

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With the Public Health Emergency Ending in May, What's Next for Telehealth?

On May 11, 2023, the federal public health emergency (PHE) will come to an end. While COVID-19 is still a public health priority, the U.S. is in a much better spot with COVID-19 cases today than we were three years ago. A recent Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) report shows that daily reported COVID-19 cases, deaths, and hospitalizations are all down by at least 80%. These numbers indicate a need to scale back some aspects of the U.S. response to the PHE. With this reduction will come some changes to reimbursement, insurance coverage, and the overall impact of telehealth. Ryan Kelly, Executive Director for the Mississippi Rural Health Association, recently went on AFMC TV to discuss the state of telehealth and how providers can continue to utilize telehealth after the PHE ends in May.

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Rise in Colorectal Cancer in Adults Younger Than 55

March is colorectal cancer awareness month. Many people under 55 don’t have colonoscopies or rectal exams on their radar. The truth is, they should. Doctors across the U.S. have reported seeing younger patients with advanced colorectal cancer more often. According to the American Cancer Society’s latest colorectal cancer report, 1 in 5 new cases are among those in their early 50s or younger. The report also revealed that colorectal cases among adults under 55 increased from 11% in 1995 to 20% in 2019. These numbers have caused researchers at Yale University to encourage people as young as 20 to be aware of the warning signs and to talk to their doctor if they recognize changes in their bowel movements or other suspicious symptoms. There’s a shift occurring in colorectal cancer diagnoses. The question is, are patients and providers aware of the shift?

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