The August issue of Texas Medicine tells the story of 100-plus physicians around the state who learned their Social Security numbers had been stolen after attempting to file their 2013 taxes. The issue also highlights legislation that has the potential to relieve administrative hassles in Medicaid managed
care, the increasing use of medical scribes by physicians, TMA's support of postexposure prophylaxis, the new osteopathic medical school dean, and physicians who embrace Choosing Wisely.
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Action, Aug. 15, 2014