Pulmonary arterial hypertension is a less common but fatal disease that, like so many illnesses, typically takes years to diagnose because physicians first rule out a long list of more common diseases. There’s a higher prevalence in women, and early diagnosis and treatment equals better quality and quantity of life. This highly rated CME session was recorded at the Alabama AFP’s 2019 winter meeting, in partnership with NJAFP. Beverly Jordan, MD, a family physician from Alabama, presents alongside a PH specialist, sharing her experience with patients with PAH and illustrating primary care’s role to improve outcomes. She puts a twist on a primary care adage, advising family physicians to exclude the zebra then get back to the horses.