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    Here's what we're working on for the December issue of Texas Medicine - your next opportunity for advertising!



    Texas could pull out of the federal refugee resettlement program, jeopardizing funds for non-profits serving this population through medical case management programs. This story will highlight one such program that received a TMA Foundation award for its work helping refugees get access to basic and specialty care and learn how to navigate the U.S. health care system on their own.



    Physicians have new federal requirements to accommodate patients with limited English proficiency (LEP) after the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services adopted final rules that take effect on October 16.



    A dramatic spike in maternal mortality in Texas is causing grave concern in the medical community and prompting national attention. A federal study found after a modest increase in maternal mortality in the Lone Star State from 2000-2010, the maternal mortality rate doubled within a two-year period.



    Patient-centered medical homes (PCMHs) have become increasingly popular in recent years, but whether they make sense for a given practice's operations depends on a number of factors.


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