Register today for TMA's free annual conference, and join thousands of fellow Texas physicians, as TexMed 2014 descends on Fort Worth May 2-3 for a weekend of continuing medical education (CME) events, networking, policymaking, and all-around fun. TexMed is TMA's largest event of the year, offering more than 80 hours of available CME, an extensive gathering of exhibitors to help with every aspect of your practice, and, of course, this year's keynote speaker, Zubin Damania, MD ― perhaps better known for his alter ego and street persona, ZDogg, MD.
Practicing medicine today involves a dizzying array of regulations, standards, electronic health records, and payment plans that interfere with physicians' ability to develop a positive, productive medical culture. In his TexMed General Session presentation, Redefining the Culture of Medicine, Dr. Damania will delve into the ethical challenges of delivering excellent care in our dysfunctional health care system and will propose ways to revitalize it. In his new clinic, Dr. Damania seeks to break down the barriers, bringing together physicians and frontline health care professionals to mend the system and put autonomy back into health care.
Be sure to connect with Dr. Damania at www.zdoggmd.com before attending TexMed 2014. And check out ZDogg's personal invitation for you to go to Fort Worth.
For a full schedule of events, CME, exhibitors, lodging information, and fun things to do in and around Fort Worth, visit the TexMed 2014 webpage, and be sure to register today to reserve your spot so that you can enjoy this free benefit of your TMA membership.
Action, Feb. 3, 2014