The November issue of Texas Medicine features a cover story on the patient-centered medical home. It examines investments being made in the model by policymakers, payers, and physician practices. In the latest issue, you'll also find tips to prevent employee theft in your practice, details about a virtual kidnapping scheme targeting Texas physicians, efforts by allergists in the state to allow EpiPens on school campuses, and ways that using registries can help take the sting out of quality reporting.
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Action, Nov. 14, 2014