Practice Help

  • How Can We Help You? 

    TMA staff includes expert coders, reimbursement specialists, and other certified professionals who provide everything from hands-on practice consulting services, to personalized reimbursement assistance for your payment problems.


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  • Use New Medicare IDs to Avoid Rejected Claims

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    Your Medicare patients have ditched their old Medicare ID numbers. It’s high time you do, too, to avoid unpaid claims in the new year. 

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  • TMA is helping to strengthen your practice by offering advice and creating a climate of medical success across the state.

  • What could a TMA membership mean for you, your practice, and your patients?

  • TMA Helps With Your Practice Needs

    Prescription Monitoring Program: Is Your EHR Connected?

    Beginning March 1, all prescribers must set up an account with the Texas Prescription Monitoring Program (PMP), known as PMP Aware, and check the PMP prior to prescribing opioids, benzodiazepines, barbiturates, or carisoprodol. An account allows physicians to check a patient’s prescription history for information that indicates illicit activity, drug abuse, drug diversion, or doctor shopping.

    See If Your EHR Is Connected
  • Modern Websites for Health Care Practices

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    Traditional referrals are likely the main way you attract new patients. But in our technology-driven world, that shouldn’t be the only way.

    Physicians spend many years in medical school, and marketing probably wasn’t a part of the curriculum. However, there’s a good chance your next potential patient will be looking for a physician with a search engine or on Facebook. So what’s a savvy practice to do? 

    Get Some Suggestions  
  • Updated White Paper Has Latest Information on Telemedicine in Texas

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    Telemedicine use has grown considerably in the past few years, helped in part by TMA-backed legislation that established a framework for telemedicine in Texas and established coverage requirements. But whether you’re currently using telemedicine or are interested in incorporating it into your practice, you’ve probably got a few questions. TMA has answers.

    Get the Latest Information
  • Is Your Staff as Sharp as Your Scalpel?

    As you’re no doubt aware, communicating effectively with your patients is key to providing the best health care possible. After all, you can’t get to the root of a patient’s health problem if you and the patient don’t interact openly and honestly.
    The same can be said for the health of your practice. Do your staff’s communication skills support patient treatment, your reputation, and the livelihood of your business?

    Learn About Ways To Improve
  • Warning: Watch Your Referrals

    Federal anti-kickback law has changed, and it’s gotten broader.

    As a result, you may need to re-examine your practice’s compensation arrangements. That includes payments for laboratory referrals.

    Learn About the Changes
  • Let TMA Help Keep Your Practice Compliant

    In a medical practice, physicians, administrators, managers, and other staff may all be responsible for maintaining compliance with state and federal laws and regulations. The Texas Medical Association offers several resources, tools, and even discounts on compliance services to help keep your practice compliant.

    Explore TMA Compliance Tools