The June issue of Texas Medicine explores the benefits and limits of telemedicine, details the Texas version of accountable care organizations, and explains TMA's newest quality improvement tool. It also tells you why a government-hired auditor may want to examine the meaningful use fees you earned, why there is concern over the number of hours that residents work, and why physicians are concerned about health dangers posed by coal-fired power plants.
Don't want to wait for Texas Medicine to land in your mailbox? You can access it as an RSS feed, the same way you get the TMA Practice E-Tips RSS feed.
E-Tips RSS Feed
TMA Practice E-Tips, a valuable source of hands-on, use-it-now advice on coding, billing, payment, HIPAA compliance, office policies and procedures, and practice marketing, is available as an RSS feed on the TMA website. Once there, you can download an RSS reader, such as Feedreader, Sharpreader, Sage, or NetNewsWire Lite. You also can subscribe to the RSS feeds for TMA news releases and for Blogged Arteries, the feed for Action.
Action, June 14, 2013