Starting in Medical Practice

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"Starting in Medical Practice"  -  FREE Seminar for residents! 

Starting a new medical practice with the right people, processes, and structure is key to the success of any new practice.  This informative seminar is beneficial for residents to help them make critical decisions about getting started in medical practice. 

"Starting in Medical Practice" is a 1 hour seminar conducted at your facility by TMA's practice management consultants.

WHERE: At your facility

WHEN: You choose the date





 The program curriculum covers:

  • Practice Options
  • Legal Organization
  • Professional Affiliations
  • Licenses/Certificates/Liability Insurance
  • Personnel Management
  • Policies and Procedures
  • Vendors and Suppliers
  • Managed Care/Credentialing
  • Financial Management
  • Marketing


Don't miss out!  Schedule your "Starting in Medical Practice" seminar today. Contact Practice Consulting at 800-523-8776 or e-mail to schedule a date. 



All costs for program development, on-site consultant time, and printing and mailing costs are supported by educational grants from the companies listed below that have enjoyed a mutually beneficial relationship with TMA over the past few years.


*Texas Medical Liability Trust, Sales Department       
(800) 580-8658
PO Box 160140
Austin, TX 78716-0140

Medical liability insurance trust for physicians and midlevel providers.



HCA Healthcare 

HCA is committed to the care and improvement of human life and strives to deliver high quality, cost effective healthcare in the communities we serve. As the nation's leading provider of healthcare services with more than 160 hospitals in 20 states, including 36 hospitals in Texas, HCA offers both employed and private practice opportunities for physicians. Come Practice With Us!


* A TMA Practice Consulting Endorsed Company  



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