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    The TMA Education Center offers convenient, one-stop access to the continuing medical education (CME) Texas physicians need. Log in using your TMA website username and password to automatically receive member pricing.  Read More

TMA Educational Resources and Programs

  • TEXMED 2015
    Free CME and Free to Attend — That's TexMedFrom Practice Management to Quality and Patient Safety, TexMed 2015 is packed with a variety of continuing medical education tracks — some 80 hours in total. It's all offered May 1-2 at the Austin Convention Center.
    One Day Only! Commit to Compliance: Meeting the ChallengeThe laws are many and complicated, and constant regulations and standards changes dictate periodic review of policies and procedures. The consequences for a single violation can be high. A formal, written compliance plan is the only way to stay on top of it all. In fact, some laws — like HIPAA Security and Medicare fraud and abuse — require it.
    Physician Resilience: Bouncing Back From the Pressures of MedicineLearn how to self-monitor for states of stress and burnout and implement mindfulness-based stress reduction techniques for your well-being and that of your patients. This workshop will teach appreciative inquiry 4D cycle techniques to utilize during self-appraisal. Attendees will learn resilience strategies for maintaining work-life balance.
  • CME
    Plan to Attend the 2015 Texas Primary Care and Health Home SummitJoin your colleagues from around Texas at the 2015 Texas Primary Care and Health Home Summit June 18-19 in San Antonio at the Marriott Plaza Hotel. This year's theme, Supporting the Quadruple Aim: The Triple Aim of High Value Patient Care and Provider Joy, focuses on emerging trends in primary care, including value-based contracting, building a successful accountable care organization, practices without walls, and direct primary care.
    Get Social: Put Your Practice on the Social Media MapIt’s a digital world — is it time for you to get your practice “out there” via social media? To meet the public in their favorite digital hangouts? This book is primarily for physicians who have no professional experience using social media. It offers you a road map for that first tentative drive onto a Twitter side street, for that first Sunday excursion to Blogland, for that first high-speed adventure along Interstate YouTube. 
    What Hinders a Medical Office Staff’s Productivity?When making staffing decisions, evaluate how productive staff members are. Examine support staffers, especially clinical support staff, to see what factors might impede their ability to get patients ready for you to see.
    Give Patients the Info They Want Through Free CMEPatients want their doctor to provide health-related information and often feel they are not getting enough information, according to the Choosing Wisely® campaign. Choosing Wisely can help you bridge the gap. The initiative aims to promote conversations between physicians and patients by helping patients choose care that is truly necessary and supported by evidence.
    TMA Education Programs Come to YouFind a speaker for your meetings on topics such as practice management; health law, screen and early detection; and physician health and rehabilitation.
  • CME Links
    Other CMECheck out other CME activities from around the state. All providers are either accredited by the Texas Medical Association (TMA) or by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME).

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You've Got Questions?

Pulled from the TMA Knowledge Center’s decades of experience fielding TMA members’ questions, these answers provide essential information about topics common to practices across the state. Read More