TMA’s New Ask the Expert Series

  • Ask The Expert
  • The Texas Medical Association is launching a new “Ask the Expert” virtual series to bring members direct access to professional experts who can answer questions on legal, practice management, advocacy, and regulatory topics.

    Each month a TMA staff expert will host a virtual meeting to discuss their area of expertise and answer questions from attendees. 

    Learn about the 21st Century Cures Act during our our next Ask the Expert session, presented by TMA staff, Shannon Vogel, associate vice president, Health Information Technology, and Jeffery P. Drummond, JD, Partner, Jackson Walker, Dallas. 

  • Upcoming "Ask the Expert" Sessions:

     

    March 4, 2021 @ 6 pm
    “21st Century Cures Act”

    Presented by: Shannon Vogel, associate vice president, Health Information Technology, and Jeffery P. Drummond, JD, Partner, Jackson Walker, Dallas 
    Register Now

     

    March 23, 2021 @ 6 pm
    “e-Prescribing of Controlled Substances”

    Presented by: Shannon Vogel, associate vice president, Health Information Technology, and Laura Thetford, associate general council
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    April 8, 2021 @ 6 pm

    “Human Resources and Employment Issues”

    Presented by: Sheri Williams, associate vice president, TMA Human Resources, and Laura Goodson, JD, labor and employment law attorney, DeShazo & Nesbitt
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    May 14, 2021 @ Noon & 2:30 pm during TexMed

    “Telemedicine FAQs”

    Presented by: Shannon Vogel, associate vice president, Health Information Technology, and Yvonne Mounkhoune, practice management quality consultant
    Register for Noon
    Register for 2:30 pm

  • Questions for TMA?

    Have a question or topic you’d like our experts to address? Email your questions or topic suggestions to Ask the Expert.

    For more immediate assistance with a specific issue, please contact the TMA Knowledge Center at (800) 880-7955, or submit a request online.

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