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The Texas Medical Board's informal show compliance and settlement conferences (ISCs) are supposed to act as a way for physicians to resolve complaints against them without proceeding to a formal hearing at the State Office of Administrative Hearings. But ISCs have become more like a formal hearing themselves, something TMA is working against.
Though HIV is much more treatable and much less frightening than when it became one of the headlining public health issues of the 1980s and '90s, it's still a condition that may impact nearly 100,000 Texans. More than 80,000 Texans have HIV, and the CDC estimates there are about 18,000 in the state who don't know they have it. HIV Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis (PrEP), a pill that can prevent HIV infection, earned FDA approval in 2012.
Managing your practice's reputation is becoming more of a concern each year as more and more people turn to online reviews to help them find a physician. This story will take a look at how practices can enhance and manage their reputation.
TMA's Payment Advocacy Division has received complaints from several physicians that three of the state's biggest health plans are taking six to eight months to credential physicians. The process typically takes an average of three to four months.
Many U.S. medical students want to see the elimination of the U.S. Medical Licensing Exam, Step 2, Clinical Skills (CS) exam, which tests fourth-year medical students' patient care skills. Students, residents, and faculty around the nation have signed a petition calling for the National Board of Medical Examiners to eliminate the exam.
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