Explore a variety of practice operations courses in the TMA Education Center. Thanks to a generous sponsorship from Texas Medical Association Insurance Trust, hundreds of CME courses and training programs are free for both TMA members and their practice staff.
Free for TMA members, this updated resource is specific to Texas law and contains 550+ editable pages with 80+ template forms. Highlights include sections on Telehealth, Clinical Care and the CURES Act, as well as a 200-page HIPAA guide and inclusive language.
Address a range of operational concerns and everyday challenges with free tools and help from TMA staff experts. Explore in-depth operations assessments and practice set-ups.
Foster, motivate and retain your current staff using policies and procedures for your practice that are specific to Texas law. When necessary, TMA can also help your practice recruit qualified and reliable employees.
Policies and Procedures: A Guide for Medical Practices
Employee Handbook for Medical Practices
The Value of Customer Service
Training on the Fundamentals of Value Based Care
Alternative Practice Models
Practice E-Tips on Human Resources
TMA's FREE Reimbursement Review and Resolution Service has helped members recover millions. Speak directly with staff specialists for assistance with billing and coding, payer reimbursement, and regulatory issues.
Managing a medical practice comes with inherent risks. Establish effective compliance programs, understand the latest regulations, and navigate advancements in health information technology.
Negotiating a health plan contract is one of the most important business moves an independent physician can make.TMA survey data shows that on average, 43% of physicians who negotiate their contract secured changes to contract terms, payments, or both.
The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) recently began automatic recoupment of advance payments it made to practices during the COVID-19 pandemic, the agency announced.
Use the TMA White Paper Library to explore everything from regulations in physician advertising and retention of medical records, to payment for dually-eligible patients, and the latest laws on telemedicine. Other topics include consent for treatment of minors, DNR orders, DEA investigations, and termination of the physician-patient relationship.
Questions about practice operations in Texas? Call the Knowledge Center.
Promote health equity in your community with TMA’s Social Determinants of Health Resource Center. Learn more about social factors that drive health outcomes and access TMA items like educational materials, screening tools, and care management resources.
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Explore patient education fact sheets and TMA's new Vaccines Defend What Matters campaign.
Vaccines Defend What Matters
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