TMA, a Physician's Strongest Advocate

  • Hard Hats for Little Heads Feature

    Bike Helmet Record = 6,000 Kids Protected

    Huge shout-out to the TMA family! Thanks to your collective efforts, TMA's Hard Hats for Little Heads is putting more than 6,000 helmets on Texas children in October. That's the most helmets we've ever given in one month. TMA declared October as Hard Hats for Little Heads Month to mark the program's 20th birthday and to celebrate 20 years of keeping kids safe. Read More

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  • HEALTH CARE DELIVERY
    Healthy Vision 2020, Second EditionTMA's second edition of our Healthy Vision 2020, articulates specifically and directly what we are asking of the Texas Legislature, the U.S. Congress, and state and federal regulators. The recommendations range from the simple (Put ICD-10 on permanent hold) to the complex (Devise and enact a system for providing health care to low-income Texans with realistic payment to physicians, less stifling state bureaucracy, and no fraud-and-abuse witch hunts) to the most fundamental (Pass no laws or regulations that interfere with the patient-physician relationship).
  • TEXAS MEDICINE
    Ruling Could Mean Premium Hike for Texas PatientsTwo conflicting court rulings on the use of health insurance premium subsidies could affect patients' health — and doctors' wallets. In July, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit ruled that the government should not be providing premium subsidies to consumers buying health insurance in states like Texas that use the federally run ACA insurance exchange. On the same day, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit in Richmond, Va., upheld the current practice of allowing premium subsidies for anyone buying health insurance in either the federal marketplace or a state exchange.
  • About TMA
    2013 TMA Annual Report
    America's biggest and best medical association emerged from three intense special sessions of the Texas Legislature in 2013 with long-sought, even precedent-setting victories that focus on patient safety and medical practice viability. TMA successfully advocated passage of bills that reduce the red tape binding your practice, give your patients new protections, bolster the state's GME program, promote transparent insurance markets, and prevent unqualified health professionals from delivering care outside their expertise.
     
  • PRACTICE HELP
    Deadlines for Doctors Keeps You CurrentYou can keep up with federal and state requirements that affect your practice by regularly checking TMA's Deadlines for Doctors.
  • EDUCATION
    CME Anytime, Anywhere!The Texas Medical Board required physicians to have 48 CME credits every two years including 2 credits of ethics. Come to our Education Center to find a wide array of programs to fulfill your requirements for you and your staff.
  • TEXAS MEDICINE
    Worksite Wellness Clinics Gain PopularityHealth care costs rise every year for employers and employees. Worksite wellness clinics are gaining popularity among large corporations for their potential to lower health care costs and reduce employee absences. Rather than pay for each employee to visit a separate primary care physician, employers are contracting with medical groups that set up primary care clinics at the workplace.
  • ABOUT TMA
    TMA Survey ResultsThe Texas Medical Association conducts surveys of Texas physicians to research regulatory, socioeconomic, and political issues to support federal and state legislative efforts. Check out the latest findings.

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