Dr. Wayne Altman is Professor and Chair of Family Medicine at Tufts University School of Medicine. Dr. Altman has received 17 teaching awards during his 2+ decades at Tufts. He has also been recognized as a Boston Top Doc over 10 times. Dr. Altman served as the FM Clerkship Director for 17 years and has directed the Foundations of Patient Care Curriculum since 2009. Dr. Altman has been teaching at the Tufts FM Residency since 2001. Dr. Altman practices Family Medicine at Family Practice Group (FPG) in Arlington where he is President and co-owner of the practice. At FPG, Dr. Altman has co-led over 80 Wellness Groups over 12 years. He is the Co-Founder of Wellness Campaign, a non-profit organization created to support communities, patients, and providers. Dr. Altman cofounded Care That Matters, a multi-disciplinary group of health care professionals across the country advocating for pay for performance quality measures that are both patient-centered and evidence-based. Dr. Altman is the founder of MAPCAP (MA Primary Care Alliance for Patients) which advocates for anti-racist health policy that features an emphasis on Social Determinants of Health, a prospective global payment for primary care, and the doubling of investment in primary care.