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Redefining the Culture of Medicine

  • Damania

    See What You Missed at TexMed

    Physicians and medical students from varying specialties gathered in Fort Worth for TMA’s premier educational showcase and expo, TexMed 2014. TMA 2014-15 President Austin I. King, MD of Abilene and TMAA 2014-15 President Angela Donahue of Fort Worth were installed during the House of Delegates business session. The general session delved into the ethical trials associated with delivering excellent care and challenged physicians to redefine the culture of medicine. See Dr. Zubin Damania’s presentation. Read More

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    Get Claims Paid Promptly With TMA Live WebinarsSince their inception in 1991, Texas' prompt pay laws have helped ensure commercial health plans pay a practice's clean claims promptly and correctly.
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    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.
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    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.
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Insurance Exchange

The government launched a health insurance exchange in Texas for individuals to begin buying and enrolling in plans offered through an online marketplace. That could mean more patients walk in the door with health coverage. Read More