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Legislative Top 10: What It Took To Renew the TMB for 12 Years - 06/14/2019

Today’s TMA’s Legislative News Hotline video looks at lawmakers’ quest to pass legislation to renew the Texas Medical Board for another 12 years. The Texas Legislature passed the sunset bill this session, House Bill 1504, after the 2017 legislature couldn’t get it done. It awaits Gov. Greg Abbott’s signature.


Medicare Critical Care and Initial Hospital Services E and M Slated for Review - 05/17/2019

If you’ve been “probed and educated” twice by Novitas Solutions Inc. for high rate of claims errors regarding certain evaluation and management (E&M) services, you may receive more such review and education this summer.


Bexar County - 04/30/2019

Large Group Practices With 100-Percent Membership in the Texas Medical Association. 


Guide to Insurance Overpayments and Refund Requests - 04/29/2019

Use this guide to help you and your staff properly assess refund requests from health plans.


Most Valuable Team: Managing Nonphysician Staff Efficiently Can Boost Patient Care and Bottom Line - 04/17/2019

Because state laws and insurer billing requirements governing physician delegation and supervision can be tricky to navigate, practices must stay up to date to avoid potential penalties.


Starting a Practice - 04/16/2019

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Membership FAQs - 04/04/2019

Answers to your questions about Texas Medical Association membership.


Strengthen and Renew the Texas Medical Board - 03/13/2019

First, TMA and our physician members support a strong Board, a strong agency – but one that is fair and transparent. We believe this bill advances these principles for both the public and the profession. At the same time, we would favor the inclusion of three items we believe are consistent with the bill and provide some clarity.


Watch Those Extra Fees For Medicare Patients - 03/04/2019

Watch Those Extra Fees For Medicare Patients


Revenue Cycle Assessment - 02/11/2019

A TMA consultant will conduct a review of your business office operations that focuses on front desk procedures, billing, collections and revenue cycle improvement. We will identify opportunities for improvement of billing processes and procedures.


SB 418: Prompt Pay Final Rules - 01/24/2019

SB 418: Prompt Pay Final Rules


Good-bye Strips, Hello Chips - 01/10/2019

Get your practice ready for changeover this year to new microchip-embedded debit and credit cards, or assume liability for any fraudulent transactions.


Wichita County - 01/09/2019

Large Group Practices With 100-Percent Texas Medical Association Membership in Wichita County


Travis County - 01/09/2019

Large Group Practices With 100-Percent Texas Medical Association Membership in Travis County


McLennan County - 01/09/2019

Large Group Practices With 100-Percent Texas Medical Association Membership in McLennan County


Tarrant County - 01/09/2019

Large Group Practices With 100-Percent Texas Medical Association Membership in Tarrant County


Smith County - 01/09/2019

Large Group Practices With 100-Percent Texas Medical Association Membership in Smith County


Potter-Randall County - 01/09/2019

Large Group Practices With 100-Percent Texas Medical Association Membership in Potter-Randall County


Nueces County - 01/09/2019

Large Group Practices With 100-Percent Texas Medical Association Membership in Nueces County


Lubbock-Crosby-Garza Counties - 01/08/2019

Large Group Practices With 100-Percent Texas Medical Association Membership in Lubbock-Crosby-Garza Counties


Harris County - 01/08/2019

Large Group Practices With 100-Percent Texas Medical Association Membership in Harris County


El Paso County - 01/07/2019

Large Group Practices With 100-Percent Texas Medical Association Membership in El Paso


Dallas County - 01/07/2019

Large Group Practices With 100-Percent Texas Medical Association Membership: Dallas County.


Demand Lighting - 11/14/2018

Demand Lighting is a manufacturer-direct supplier of commercial LED lighting solutions.  


Does Hospital Plan to Give CRNAs Autonomy? - 10/12/2018

The Texas Society of Anesthesiologists is questioning a Corpus Christi hospital’s decision to replace its long-time anesthesiology team with a group it says appears ready to give certified registered nurse anesthetists more autonomy than Texas law allows.