The 2019 Texas Legislative passed multiple bills requiring physicians to complete opioid-related CME covering specific topics identified by the Texas Medical Board (TMB). This webinar meets TMB requirements.
This course meets all required Texas Health and Human Services Commission (HHSC) Human Trafficking Training Standards and is approved by HHSC in accordance with House Bill 2059 (2019).
This webinar provides general training on state and federal compliance in medical staff members’ daily routines.
This on-demand webinar meets the requirements for annual OSHA training that a medical practice is required by law to provide to physicians and staff.
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Texas physicians must complete 48 credits of continuing medical education and two ethics credits every 24 months to maintain a Texas medical license.
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