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Medicare’s future penalty and incentive programs under the MACRA Merit-Based Incentive Payment System differ substantially from current programs. Understand the impact of these changes before you decide if MACRA participation will be worth it for you, how to choose quality measures to report, and what the new composite scoring is all about.
Learn how to self-monitor for states of stress and burnout and implement mindfulness-based stress reduction techniques for your well-being and that of your patients. This workshop will teach appreciative inquiry 4D cycle techniques to utilize during self-appraisal. Attendees will learn resilience strategies for maintaining work-life balance.
Keep your practice running at full-steam with the latest, enhanced edition of TMA’s Policies and Procedures Guide. TMA’s Policies and Procedures guide contains more than 200 up-to-date sample policies and procedures, tools, sample letters, forms, and HIPAA Manual to customize for your practice.
This activity discusses the ethical responsibilities of physicians to evaluate tobacco use at every clinical encounter. It also reviews patient stages of change and physician strategies for smoking cessation, as well as commonly used pharmacotherapies and brief tobacco cessation counseling.
With the risk of data breaches come potential HIPAA violations. While ransomware can disable your practice by encrypting your patient data, making it inaccessible until you pay a ransom, you can take steps to protect your practice. This course will tell you how to mitigate the risk and respond appropriately if you experience a breach or ransomware demand.
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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