• Blogs For and By TMA Members

    • Check Out Me & My Doctor

      A decade or two ago, health care was strictly between patients and their doctors. Patients and their doctors had candid and open conversations and were in charge. That’s not the case today. Instead, the government, insurance companies, and politicians are making the decisions. Health care has become too bureaucratic, too confusing, and too complicated.

      Plus, with all the rhetoric surrounding health care – everyone is confused.

      We want to help patients and doctors find a new and better way to talk to each other. The purpose of TMA's new Me & My Doctor blog is to create a dialogue between patients and doctors where they can discuss important health care issues, such as the new health law, government health insurance programs (Medicare, Medicaid and TRICARE), health insurance, and hundreds of other topics. We invite you to join to the discussion. Please feel free to ask questions, share your concerns and insights.
  • Physician-Written Blogs for Your Consideration

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    From Other U.S. Physicians

    Have some suggestions of good doctor-written blogs to add to our list? Let us know.

  • 33 Charts

    Can a Patient Teach Medical School?

    The Public Physician is Public

    Doctors and the Private-Professional Divide

    Repurposing Content | What’s Old is New Again

    Announcing edX Medicine in the Digital Age

  • Echos for the Future: Reflections on the State of Healthcare

    Should Our “Squatters” Get a Free Ride?

    The Crisis of Truth in the White House

    A ‘Fox’ in the IRS’s Henhouse

    Houston: We Have Had a Problem!

    The ‘Perfect Storm’ at the Veterans Administration

  • GruntDoc

    Grumpy People Get the Details Right — Science of Us

    In which I and my ‘style’ are vindicated. Grumpy People Get the Details Right nym.ag/1CwHwYp via @thescienceofus

    “@MDaware: common misnomer – most emergency “rooms” are actually peninsulas”

    RT @TheTechDoc: Air Force training sir! pic.twitter.com/FLYlbfDcmW

    How could an ER miss Ebola? Let me explain… | EdwinLeap.com edwinleap.com/how-could-an-e… via @twitterapi

  • Digitized Medicine

    Mandating Physicians to Use SNOMED codes Has Higher Potential to Improve Healthcare Than ICD-10 Mandate

    Health IT-related patient safety risks should inspire Congress to create a national patient safety board

    It is time for the U.S. to begin implementing health IT smartly

    Ask Not What ICD-10 Can Do For Healthcare, Ask What Healthcare Can Do With SNOMED and ICD-11

    AMA's Opposition to Bill on SGR Fix and ICD-10 Delay Is a Winning Ploy

  • TrendsMD (from TMLT)

    CDC Releases New Recommendations for U.S Healthcare Workers on Personal Protective Equipment for Ebola

    TMA Committee on Infectious Diseases Urges Physicians to Study CDC Recommendations

    AMA Assembles Convenient Location for Latest Ebola Information

    AHA and ACCME Provide Ebola Education Package for Healthcare Providers and Institutions

    DEA reclassifies Hydrocodone Products from Schedule III to Schedule II

  • Residency Notes


    Psychofunctional Neurosurgery

    You Can Keep Your Doctor

    Physician Shortage

    More Medical Students, More Residency Spots?

  • Austin Dermatology and Vein Treatments

    Bedbugs: Diagnosis, Treatment, and Outcome

    Dr. Zimmet Offers Triple Protection for Your Skin

    AAD teams up with Legendary Quarterback Phil Simms to Bring the Focus on Skin Cancer in Men

    New to Botox? Try it for FREE! See Details…

    New Study Shows 3DEEP RF Treatment Tightens the Skin and Increases Elastin Density

  • American Health Scare

    Low Trust in American Doctors

    When Do You Want to Die?

    Two More Examples of Nutty Healthcare Prices

    Gloom and Doom in U.S. Workers

    A Glimpse of a Bleak Future for Primary Care Access

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