• TMA Publications

    • No More Surprises

      TMA research shows that health plans' shrinking networks, caps on payments for medical care, inaccurate directories, and other tactics — not physician billing — are bearing down on patients in the form of unexpected, out-of-network balance bills.

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  • TMA Newsletters, Publications, and Social Media

    • Action
      Welcome to the Web edition of Action, a monthly newsletter published by the Texas Medical Association. Action presents timely information about legal, economic, regulatory, and legislative affairs that Texas physicians need to know.
    • EVPGram
      EVPGram is a weekly electronic communication from the TMA executive vice president.
    • Texas Medicine Magazine
      Texas Medicine, the monthly newsmagazine published by TMA, presents timely information on public health, medicolegal, medical economics, science, medical education, and legislative issues affecting Texas physicians and their patients.
    • Me and My Doctor Blog
      Join the discussion. This blog is designed so that patients and doctors can have a candid dialog about health care issues.
    • Facebook
      Facebook is one of many ways TMA is using social media to stay in touch with members. You will continue to receive the latest information on what TMA is doing. Connect with other TMA members by joining Facebook today.
    • It's Academic
      This monthly newsletter offers academic physicians news and resources of interest to academic physicians.
    • News of Interest
      NOI is a monthly news sheet e-mailed to CMS editors and execs for inclusion in their publications, individual physician members, and other health care professionals and businesses.
    • Notes From the IMG World
      Notes From the IMG World is an e-newsletter of the Texas Medical Association International Medical Graduate (TMA-IMG) Section. Once every other month, you will receive this newsletter from your colleagues on the IMG Governing Council.
    • Practice Management Publications
      Choose from books, CME courses, and manuals with information ranging from EMRs to fraud and abuse prevention, from nonphysician practitioners to OSHA compliance, from pain management to Texas medical jurisprudence.
    • RFS Connection
      RFS Connection is a quarterly report to all residents and fellows from the TMA Board of Trustees. The newsletter serves as a communication tool for residents statewide to address their distinctive issues, such as work hours, Physician-in-Training permits, debt management, licensing and credentialing, to name a few.
    • Rural Texas Physician
      Rural Texas Physician is a quarterly electronic newsletter catering to physicians in the many rural areas of Texas caring for patients and their communities. TMA’s grassroots membership is the strength of the association. For general inquiries or newsletter comments, e-mail rural@texmed.org.
    • Texas Student Doctor
      Texas Student Doctor is the e-newsletter of the Texas Medical Association Medical Student Section (TMA-MSS). You will receive this easy-to-navigate newsletter quarterly from your colleagues on the MSS Executive Council. We’ll send you TMA and American Medical Association news, meeting announcements, information about leadership opportunities and member benefits, and much more!
    • TMA Giving Back
      TMA Giving Back is a publication for TMA physicians, county medical societies, alliance members, and medical students who are interested in putting TMA's outreach programs into action.
    • TMA Practice E-Tips
      Sign up now to receive TMA Practice E-Tips twice a month. This e-newsletter offers brief, practical tips for managing a medical practice in Texas. Each edition provides hands-on, use-it-now advice on coding, billing, reimbursement, HIPAA compliance, office policies and procedures, practice marketing, and much more, along with useful links for additional information.
    • TMA Young Physician Memo
      This quarterly TMA Young Physicians Memo is a publication written specifically for all TMA-member physicians under the age of 40 or in their first eight years of practice.