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Policies and procedures
Citing a potential surge in COVID-19 cases due to the omicron variant, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) recently released emergency isolation and quarantine guidelines for health care professionals to assist with staffing shortages. Read More
The Texas Medical Association’s most recent Ask the Expert event, covering TMA’s new edition of Policies and Procedures: A Guide For Medical Practices, touched on one of the hottest medical-practice policy topics of the moment: Should practices require their employees to get the COVID-19 vaccine? Read More
View COVID-19 resources related to practice operations. Read More
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