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    Get CME Here!

    The TMA Education Center offers convenient, one-stop access to the continuing medical education (CME) Texas physicians need. Log in using your TMA website username and password to automatically receive member pricing. 
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TMA Educational Resources and Programs

  • CME
    Ethics CME? Make Physician Health Your No. 1 Stop!The TMA Committee on Physician Health and Wellness (PHW) offers several live presentations on request, as well as online and home study courses, all of which are accredited for AMA PRA Category 1 Credit™ and designated for ethics and/or professional responsibility education.
    Free CME Program on Opioid MedicationsThese educational activities help ensure all physicians have the knowledge and skills they need to prescribe extended-release, long-acting opioid medications safely and effectively.
    TMA Education Programs Come to YouFind a speaker for your meetings on topics such as practice management; health law, screen and early detection; and physician health and rehabilitation.
  • Speakers Bureau
    Need a Cancer Expert? TMA Can HelpAre you looking for a speaker on the latest in cancer control and prevention? The TMA Cancer Speakers Bureau is here to help.
  • Wellness Program
    Attend the Patient-Centered Medical Home Learning CollaborativeRegister today for the Patient-Centered Medical Home Learning Collaborative, held in Austin July 31. The Texas Medicaid Wellness Program, in partnership with TransforMED, will host the event.
  • Conference
    Register for the Focus on the Female Patient ConferenceSeveral upcoming live webcasts on women's health are available through the TMA Education Center. The courses detail evidence related to diagnosis, management guidelines, prevention strategies, and new, as well as controversial, therapies of common diseases relevant to women's health — across the lifespan — with an emphasis on practical clinical knowledge. The presentations will broadcast live from Southern Medical Association's 25th Annual Focus on the Female Patient Conference.
  • CME
    Meaningful Use and Quality ImprovementThe Health Information Technology for Economic and Clinical Health (HITECH) Act, enacted under the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009, promotes adoption of health information technology (HIT) throughout the health care industry. It offers physicians who treat Medicare or Medicaid patients monetary incentives to adopt and meaningfully use an interoperable electronic health record (EHR) system. Incentive payments for Texas physicians exceed $300 million and continue to grow.
  • Updated Publication
    Policies and Procedures Guide UpdatedTMA’s updated Policies and Procedures: A Guide for Medical Practices is now available for purchase though the TMA Education Center. Simply add the product to your cart and purchase this updated manual. Everything you need to comply with new rules and regulations is included.
  • CME Links
    Other CMECheck out other CME activities from around the state. All providers are either accredited by the Texas Medical Association (TMA) or by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME).

Live Webinar

Effective Collections Techniques

Many physicians simply don't feel comfortable asking patients for money. On July 30 from noon-1pm, learn how to conquer the dread of asking for payment: by doing it the right way. Read More