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    • How Many Credits Do I Need?

      Physicians are required to complete 48 credits of continuing medical education every 24 months to maintain the Texas medical license.

      The credits may be earned in formal and informal CME activities of which two credits in formal CME must be designated for ethics and/or professional responsibility content.

  • Live Events

    • Physician Resilience: Bouncing Back From the Pressures of Medicine (Register Now)

      Mar. 28 - April 18 - Sept. 12 - Oct. 3, Statewide
      Learn how to self-monitor for states of stress and burnout and implement mindfulness-based stress reduction techniques for your well-being and that of your patients. This workshop will teach appreciative inquiry 4D cycle techniques to utilize during self-appraisal. 3 AMA PRA Cat. 1 • 3 ETHICS

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  • Publications

    • Addiction and Recovery in Families (Buy Now)
      This activity educates participants about the common challenges associated with families in addiction and recovery. It also discusses the impact of addiction on physicians’ families. 1 AMA PRA Cat. 1 • 1 ETHICS 
    • Break the Silence: Physician Suicide (Buy Now)
      Approximately 400 physicians commit suicide each year, the equivalent of two to three medical student classes, resulting in loss to patients, families, and the medical community. 1 AMA PRA Cat. 1 • 1 ETHICS 
    • Closing or Selling Your Medical Practice (Buy Now)
      Are you thinking about closing or selling your medical practice? Several things need to be taken into account when making a career-changing decision.  3.25 AMA PRA Cat. 1 • 3.25 ETHICS
    • It’s Your Call: Mastering the Telephones in Your Medical Practice (Buy Now)
      Use this book as a blueprint to measure, manage, and staff your telephones for optimal performance. Embrace the tools in this book to improve patient access by expanding to newer technologies, minimizing the need for patients to telephone your practice. 4.5 AMA PRA Cat. 1 • 4.5 ETHICS
    • Mid-Level Practitioners: Ethical Dilemmas (Buy Now)
      Find out how working in collaboration with mid-level practitioners to provide primary care to the increasing population may enhance profitability, encourage flexibility, optimize individualized care, increase patient satisfaction, and buttress the gap caused by the physician shortage. 1 AMA PRA Cat. 1 • 1 ETHICS 
    • Nonphysician Practitioners, 2nd Edition (Buy Now)
      This second edition includes a framework of delegation and supervision of prescriptive authority to APRNs and PAs created during the 83rd legislative session. Many of the laws governing health care were enacted before the prevalence of nonphysician practitioners (NPPs). 4.5 AMA PRA Cat. 1 • 4.5 ETHICS • 4.5 TMLT
    • Policies and Procedures: A Guide for Medical Practices (Buy Now)
      TMA’s Policy and Procedure guide contains more than 200 up-to-date policies and procedures, tools, sample letters, and forms you can customize for your office. This practical, easy-to-use guide is specific to Texas medical practices and Texas law and is based on "best practices" that are vital to running an efficient practice — from solo physicians to large groups. 8 AMA PRA Cat. 1 • 8 ETHICS • 3 TMLT  
    • Rx for Success: Communication Skills for Staff, Second Edition (Buy Now)
      This book is written to provide a resource for addressing the many patient problems that occur every day, using communication techniques that demonstrate respect and helpfulness toward patients, and generating respect and results for the staff. 1.25 AMA PRA Cat. 1 • 1.25 ETHICS
    • Self-Care for Physicians (Buy Now)
      Find out how improving personal wellness makes an impact on patient outcomes. Learn methods to stimulate personal growth and wellness; incorporate mindfulness behaviors and ethics into daily life; integrate resilience and coping strategies; and assimilate learned changes to improve patient outcomes. 2 AMA PRA Cat. 1 • 2 ETHICS 
    • Social Media: Ethical Dilemmas and Boundaries (Buy Now)
      Preserving professionalism, patient privacy, and boundaries is essential. This activity presents information regarding ethical physician use of social media. 1 AMA PRA Cat. 1 • 1 ETHICS 
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      Need practice help, physician wellness, and CME? Browse through TMA's publications available for purchase through TMA's Education Center.

  • On Demand

    • 10 Ways to Turn Satisfied Patients Into Loyal Patients (Register Now)
      Are loyal patients worth more to your practice than "satisfied" patients? From the front desk staff to the physician, providing a WOW experience leads to engaged patients, better compliance, and  reduced exposure to risk. 1 AMA PRA Cat. 1 • 1 ETHICS • 1 TMLT
    • Avoiding Fraud and Abuse (Register Now)
      This course addresses basic health care "fraud and abuse" and provides an overview of state and federal enforcement of laws that can impact the medical practice. 1 AMA PRA Cat. 1 • 1 ETHICS • 1 TMLT
    • Avoiding the Courthouse: 10 Practice Pitfalls (Register Now)
      This course highlights a collection of TMLT’s closed claim studies and offers discussion on how risk management techniques may have prevented the outcome that led to professional liability allegations. 1 AMA PRA Cat. 1 • 1 ETHICS • 1 TMLT  
    • Dealing With Difficult Patients (Register Now)
      According to a study from the Journal of General Internal Medicine patients perceived as difficult included those with more than five symptoms, severe symptoms, an underlying mental disorder, or lowered function. This can be half your practice! Do you have difficult patients? 1 AMA PRA Cat. 1 • 1 ETHICS • 1 TMLT
    • Ending the Patient-Physician Relationship: When Can We Call it Quits? (Register Now)
      Terminating a difficult patient-physician relationship is never pleasant. But the process is easier if you follow a standardized path through this potentially thorny terrain. In this live webinar, you will learn the “why, what, and when” for ending a patient relationship in a safe and ethical way.  1 AMA PRA Cat. 1 • 1 ETHICS • 1 TMLT
    • Hard Knocks: An Update On Sports Concussion and Texas Law (Register Now)
      Primary care physicians deal with sports-related injuries among their young patients. This course gives physicians tools to help them evaluate, treat, and prevent concussions in children and adolescents. 1 AMA PRA Cat. 1 • 1 ETHICS • 1 TMLT
    • How to Talk to Patients about Tobacco Cessation (Register Now)
      Tobacco use is the single most preventable cause of disease and death in our society, yet statistics indicate that just one-third of eligible office visits address it. This course discusses different tobacco delivery systems, cessation counseling techniques for physicians, and meaningful use applications for reimbursement. 1 AMA PRA Cat. 1 • 1 ETHICS
    • Identifying Genetic Predisposition to Cancer – BRCA and Lynch (Register Now)
      Intended for primary care audiences, this course discusses two common genetic predictors of cancer – BRCA and Lynch syndrome. It explains how to measure a patient’s genetic risk of cancer and how to identify carriers of these genes.
      0.75 AMA PRA Cat. 1 • 0.75 ETHICS
    • Improving Patient Care With Health Information Exchange (Register Now)
      What are health information exchanges (HIEs) and how do they help with patient safety and quality of care? This webinar will help physicians understand current options and opportunities to improve patient care with HIE use. 1 AMA PRA Cat. 1 • 1 ETHICS
    • Making Discussions About Death and Dying Easier (Register Now)
      Physicians are often reluctant to discuss dying and end-of-life care with their patients. This course will help physicians open a dialogue with dying patients regarding their wishes for end-of-life care. 1 AMA PRA Cat. 1 • 1 ETHICS
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      No time to attend a TMA seminar? Check-out TMA's variety of live and on-demand webinars available to members and non-members.