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.
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:
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 lifestyle topics like strengthening a routine or keeping your family hydrated.
Our promise to you is to keep you informed in a digital way providing useful information to you and your family.
According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), since May 2022, “more than 25,000 monkeypox cases have been identified in the United States.” More than 38 percent of people diagnosed with monkeypox also had HIV. In fact, the most severe monkeypox infections have been among people living with untreated HIV. Given this data, it is essential that health care providers understand the details of this connection and that providers consistently screen patients who have monkeypox for possible untreated HIV.
According to the Arkansas Department of Health (ADH), an estimated 797,000 adult Arkansans have prediabetes. They are at high risk for developing type 2 diabetes. In Arkansas’ more rural counties, it can be challenging for families to access healthy foods consistently. The only grocery stores close to them often sell cheap, processed foods. Healthier options are more costly and farther away. An unhealthy diet combined with poor physical activity can lead to Type 2 diabetes. However, Arkansas health care professionals can take steps to encourage patients to prevent and treat diabetes.