The April issue of Texas
Medicine guides you through the what, when, why, and how behind Medicare
value-based care; examines the educational and workforce benefits of resident
moonlighting; discusses a Texas court case in which the telehealth provider Teladoc
argues that a face-to-face meeting is unnecessary for new patients; explains
the proposed health service enterprise gateway, which would connect to local
health information exchanges and give physicians a single place to exchange
data with all state health agencies; and introduces Ira Byock, MD, who will
speak at TexMed's General Session in May about providing the best care possible
at the end of life.
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Action, April 15, 2015