This Month in Texas Medicine

The July issue of Texas Medicine features a cover story on Medicare mistakes TMA uncovered and helped to resolve, with key input from member physicians. In the issue, you'll also find information on new medical records rules adopted by the Texas Medical Board; growing numbers of subspecialists and the concern over adequate access to general care; failed legislation that would have required student athletes to have an EKG before participating in school athletics; TMA Practice Consulting's practice setup services; and Medicare's Quality and Resource Use Reports.


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Action, July 15, 2015


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