January 17, 2023
May 11, 2012
What could a TMA Membership mean for you, your practice, and your patients?
In managing physician assistants and advanced practice registered nurses, what is the difference between a prescriptive authority agreement and a protocol? Do I need to have both? Read More
Under what conditions may my physician assistant order durable medical equipment (DME)? Read More
The Texas Medical Association has a number of tools to help physicians manage nonphysician practitioners properly. Read More
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The January/February issue takes a look at TMA's agenda for the 2023 legislative session. At the heart: protecting the practice of medicine and the patient-physician relationship, whether from criminalization, interference from insurers and other nonmedical entities, or public health threats. Plus, what the end of the COVID-19 public health emergency means for Medicaid coverage, vaccines, and telehealth.
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