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    Many primary care practices earn the designation “urgent care” facilities. What does this mean for the physicians and the patients they are helping?


    HPV vaccination rates in Texas remain low. Nearly half of Texas teens fail to get the Gardasil vaccine, even though it is recommended for both boys and girls starting at age 11. TMA has created a task force headed by David Lakey, MD, to find better approaches that will boost HPV vaccination rates.


    Switching electronic health record systems can introduce serious issues for physicians, especially when a vendor isn't telling you everything that's going on behind the curtain. The story will look at pitfalls physicians should anticipate when they switch EHR systems or vendors, and what they can do to avoid issues with patient care and legal disadvantages in contracts/arbitration agreements with vendors and resellers. 


    The new administration in Washington and Tom Price, President Trump's pick for Health and Human Services secretary, have floated block grants as a possible source of Medicaid funds going forward, which could drastically change Medicaid implementation in Texas and elsewhere. This story examine how a block grant works.


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