Vendor Services

TMA membership provides you exclusive access to various vendor products and services; mention your membership to receive TMA-member rates and the very best service.

Endorsed Vendors: These products and services have been vetted and endorsed by TMA for use in your medical practice.

TMA’s Group Discount Programs: Leverage your membership in the largest state medical association in the country in order to receive great deals on products and services you use every day.

TMLT: Texas Medical Liability Trust (TMLT) is a unique, not-for-profit health care liability claim trust owned by its physician policyholders. TMLT is the largest medical liability provider in the state, insuring over 14,500 physicians.

TMAIT: Texas Medical Association Insurance Trust (TMAIT) was created and endorsed by TMA in 1955. TMAIT helps physicians, their families, and their employees obtain insurance coverage and retirement planning.

TMA Practice Consulting: Looking for seamless solutions to your most puzzling practice problems? A TMA consultant can provide customized solutions specific to your practice, at below-market rates.

DocBookMD: DocbookMD is a HIPAA-compliant application for smartphone and tablet devices. Use DocbookMD to send HIPAA-compliant text messages bundled with photos of X-rays, EKGs, wounds and more.  

TMA PracticeEdge: In 2015, TMA created TMA PracticeEdge: a new solutions company that offers physicians choice in shaping the future of health care and the way they practice medicine. TMA PracticeEdge is not an accountable care organization (ACO); it is a conduit bringing like-minded physicians together who want to take advantage of value-based care opportunities. 

Practice Resource Guide: TMA's Practice Resource Guide is a comprehensive listing of companies that provide products and services to medical practice professionals.

TMF Quality Innovation Networks (TMA-QIN): TMF provides free consulting, education and technical assistance to help physicians meet and report on their quality improvement goals, and connects physicians with other practices that are working on similar issues.

Regional Extension Centers (RECs): Regional Extension Centers (RECs) in Texas have been supporting physicians since 2009 with individualized on-site services, technical assistance, and ongoing support to select, implement or upgrade Electronic Health Records (EHRs) and guidance to meaningful use.

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