In the March issue of Texas
Medicine, read about CPRIT's role in funding cancer prevention projects and
recruiting top cancer researchers to the state; new standardized prior
authorization forms for health care services and prescription drugs; the
proposed Interstate Medical Licensure Compact, which would make it easier for
physicians to move from state to state or to practice telemedicine; how to
navigate purchases for small-business insurance; recommended improvements to
the state's prescription monitoring database; and using Choosing Wisely to avoid the overuse of unnecessary and possibly
harmful tests and procedures.
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Action, March 2, 2015