The November issue of Texas Medicine features a cover story on the 2015 Texas Legislature's passage of a law that heeds TMA's call for improvements in the Office of Inspector General's (OIG's) Medicaid fraud investigations of physicians. The story chronicles one physician's
ongoing battle with OIG over Medicaid overpayment allegations levied against him from 2005 to 2008. In the issue, you'll also find information on the Walk With a Doc fitness program; efforts some medical schools are undertaking to arm future doctors with the nutrition knowledge they'll need; the inaugural graduating class of TMA's Accountable Care Leadership Program; and TMA's request for reversal of a court ruling that allows a Texas negligence case to proceed in New Mexico.
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Action, Nov. 16, 2015