Talk to Patients About: Whooping Cough - 07/02/2019
But pertussis has made a resurgence. Anti-vaccine sentiment and other factors allow pertussis to spread, especially in school children. But vaccination still remains the best protection.
Evening Out the Scale: TMA Gears Up for Another Legislative Battle Over Surprise Bills - 03/20/2019
TMA gears up for another legislative battle over surprise bills.
Is Psychiatry Cool Again? More Residents Choosing the Specialty Could Mean Good News for Statewide Shortage - 02/26/2019
More residents choosing psychiatry could mean good news for the statewide shortage.
On a Medical Mission: New Osteopathic Medical School Changes How Medicine is Taught While Helping San Antonio’s Poorest Communities - 02/05/2019
Incarnate Word’s osteopathic medical school is changing how medicine is taught while helping San Antonio’s poorest communities.
Best of Both Worlds: Surgical Resident, Grey’s Anatomy Consultant Blends the Arts and Medicine - 11/14/2018
San Antonio surgical resident Michael Metzner, MD, blends his passions for the arts and medicine as a Grey’s Anatomy consultant.
Too Big a Step? Medicine Urges CMS to Reverse New Step Therapy Policy - 11/02/2018
Medicine urges CMS to reverse new policy allowing “fail-first” drug programs known as step therapy.
Punching Back: Hospital System Sued Again Over Alleged Peer Review Misconduct - 11/02/2018
Hospital system sued again over alleged peer review misconduct.
Q&A: Austin Family Physician Quenches Her Patients’ Thirst for Improved Health - 11/02/2018
Austin primary care physician Georgeanne Freeman, DO, aims to improve her patients’ overall well-being while increasing and diversifying the clinic’s revenue.