The TMA Education Center offers an unparalleled selection of quality CME courses and programming to help with just about every aspect of your medical practice. TMA members and their staff enjoy a substantial member discount on all CME, so log in using your TMA website username and password and get started!
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Being a physician can be very stressful and not just during the holidays. How you deal with this stress is directly related to your qualify of life. This activity offers (a) a review of factors that increase risk for burnout, (b) tools to evaluate your stress and the impact of malpractice suits on your performance of patient care, and (c) suggestions for implementing healthy coping skills.
Managing a medical practice often pulls you in many different directions on any given day. Complying with rules and regulations, dealing with a multiple personality types, keeping staff motivated and trained — human resource management can be overwhelming! Added to the mix is your awareness that just one mistake can lead to fines or litigation.
By 2030, an estimated 72 million Americans will be 65 or over, nearly one-fifth of the U.S. population. For Medicare beneficiaries who choose to pursue it, advance care planning is now a covered service. This publication will help you become familiar with legal forms that relate to your patients’ medical issues, as well as offer you tools to help you broach the sensitive topic of the need for such planning.
This medical auditing E&M training program will provide you everything you need to be an E&M auditing pro! Designed as a one day course, our National Alliance of Medical Auditing Specialists (NAMAS) instructor will dig deep into all areas of E&M auditing, breaking down each section individually and even giving you a chance to apply what you’ve learned to case studies.
Physicians have for decades earned a living based on caring for the sick. But in the new world of health care, physicians more often will be paid based on whether they can keep their patients healthy — and must navigate a system that increasingly includes more “accountable care” payment contracts. The purpose of this guide is to arm you with knowledge and confidence as you consider joining or forming an ACO.
Check 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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