TMA Insurance Trust

How Practice Owners Can Control Health Insurance Costs During Open Enrollment - 11/22/2019

If you’re a practice owner whose health insurance is up for renewal during Health Insurance Open Enrollment, Nov. 1 to Dec. 15, there are ways to control the cost of your health insurance. The health insurance advisors at TMA Insurance Trust know of a lesser-known option that you can use to keep group plan cost within budget.


Beware of Scam Email Sent to TMA Members - 08/21/2019

An unauthorized email that claimed to be from the Texas Medical Association recently was sent to some TMA members stating that the individual member’s dues statement and insurance policy update was included. If you received this email, please know that it did not originate from nor was it authorized by TMA or the TMA Insurance Trust, and you should discard it.


Alert: Scammers Demanding Bogus Fines For Drug Purchases - 04/01/2019

The Texas Medical Association and the Texas Medical Liability Trust (TMLT) are warning physicians about scammers posing as a U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration agent trying to defraud doctors into paying a nonexistent federal fine for allegedly intercepting illegal prescription drugs the doctor had sent through the mail.


A Chance to Control Your Practice’s Health Insurance Costs - 11/19/2018

TMA Insurance Trust has uncovered two special, limited-time waivers that can help your practice control the cost of health insurance. With these waivers, there are no participation or contribution requirements.


Do You Know the Hidden Costs of Short-Term Health Insurance? - 11/12/2018

Due to their lower monthly premiums, short-term health plans are receiving a lot of attention. But these plans have several hidden costs you may not have considered, and TMA members can now take advantage of a better way to control the cost of health insurance.


TMA Insurance Trust - 09/19/2018

The TMAIT offers a wide range of insurance plans for individual physicians and medical groups, including medical, life, long-term disability, short-term disability, long-term care, dental, vision, key person life insurance, key person disability insurance, and business overhead coverage. The TMAIT can provide voluntary insurance plans (plans where employees opt in and pay 100 percent of the premium) such as dental and vision insurance.


TMA Insurance Trust Again Wins Big for Innovative Marketing Campaign - 06/28/2018

The Texas Medical Association Insurance Trust was the overall winner in the Marketing Methods Competition at the annual Professional Insurance Marketing Association 2018 Consumer Insights Conference & Trade Show in June.


TMA Insurance Trust: Providing Free CME for TMA Members - 06/05/2018

Free CME courses are now a benefit of your TMA membership, compliments of TMA Insurance Trust.


Hundreds of CME Hours Now Available for Free - 05/30/2018

Hundreds of CME hours — many designated for credit in medical ethics and/or professional responsibility — are now available to Texas Medical Association members at no cost, compliments of TMA Insurance Trust.


A Gift To You: Free CME for TMA Members - 05/29/2018

Thanks to a generous contribution from Texas Medical Association Insurance Trust, dozens of CME courses in the TMA Education Center are now FREE for members.


Prescott to Head Texas Medical Association Insurance Trust - 04/20/2018

The Texas Medical Association Insurance Trust (TMAIT) Board of Trustees has named James W. Prescott administrator of TMAIT and president of TMAIT Financial Services, Inc. (TFSI).


Grappling With Small-Business Insurance - 04/20/2018

Some physicians offering health insurance to their employees are feeling the impact of the Affordable Care Act. The TMA Insurance Trust can help physicians navigate their insurance purchases. 


Trump Signs Executive Order on Association Health Plans: “All Any of Us Can Do Now Is Wait” - 04/20/2018

Texas physicians could see a flood of new insurance plans — including some to cover themselves and their employees — under President Donald Trump's executive order that directs federal agencies to design lower-cost plans outside the Affordable Care Act.