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    Texas Medicine is an award-winning monthly newsmagazine for Texas physicians. With more than 42,406 qualified subscribers, Texas Medicine reaches most licensed physicians practicing in the state. Research shows that Texas physicians want Texas-specific news about medical economics, law, public health and legislation in a lively readable format. That's what the magazine delivers.

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  • This Month's Story List

    Here's what we're working on for the June Issue of Texas Medicine your next opportunity for advertising!


    A Houston cardiothoracic surgeon's years-long battle over Memorial Hermann Memorial City Medical Center allegedly smearing his reputation has ended -- at least, for now -- with a jury verdict awarding Miguel Gomez, MD, $6.4 million.


    TMF Health Quality Institute is one of 11 organizations that will split $100 million over the next five years from the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS), which awarded the contracts for a five-year program to help train and educate small practices on MACRA's Quality Payment Program.


    The cost of Texas' health disparities: Texas' health disparities have deepened as the state's population has grown and become more diverse.


    Texas’ Leadership in Biosafety: Zika is likely to be back in the news in June, and UTMB’s Galveston National Lab (GNL) will have a hand in combatting it.

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