TMA Membership. What You Need, When You Need It

Whether you're in a solo, small, or group practice, the Texas Medical Association has the essential advocacy, services, education, and tools for you.

Physician Advocacy

TMA advocates for you and your patients at the Texas Legislature and U.S. Congress and in the courtroom.

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Practice Help

TMA helps you manage the business side of your practice.

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Free CME

Hundreds of hours of CME and ethics courses are now available at no cost to members, compliments of TMA Insurance Trust.

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What could a TMA membership mean for you, your practice, and your patients?

 

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Staying the Course

The way the Texas Legislature conducts business during the 2021 session may look different due to the COVID-19 pandemic. But the TMA’s commitment to improving health care remains the same. Some of those goals are up against deep cuts to state agency budgets. However, the pandemic has created opportunities for medicine to bend lawmakers’ ear on some of its longstanding goals, including advancing access to care, vaccines, health coverage, and telemedicine.

By Joey Berlin

 
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Patients Given Broad Access to Their EHRs

Starting April 5, physicians must be ready to electronically share with patients more of the information generated during office visits. This change comes thanks to “information blocking” rules that are part of the 21st Century Cures Act, passed by Congress in 2016 and put into regulation in 2020 by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services’ Office of the National Coordinator (ONC).

By Sean Price