Table of Contents: June 2011

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Volume No. 107, Issue No. 6 – June 2011


COVER STORY (pages 12-20)

Hired Hand or Boss?
Deciding whether to open your own practice or work for someone else is a big decision every young physician has to face. Many start out with established medical groups, but they usually don't remain there as employees. TMA has tools and services to meet the needs of physicians just starting out independently or as employees. By Crystal Conde


LEGISLATIVE AFFAIRS (pages 23-27)

Good for Texas, Good for U.S.
Texas-style tort reform pushed nationally. By Ken Ortolon


PUBLIC HEALTH (pages 29-34)

Sensitive Subjects
Physicians offer advice in counseling teens. By Crystal Conde


MEDICAL ECONOMICS (pages 37-41)

Getting the Hassles Out
TMA program helps physicians get paid. By Ken Ortolon


MEDICAL EDUCATION (pages 45-49)

Playing House
New learning method succeeds at UTMB. By Ken Ortolon


PRACTICE MANAGEMENT (pages 51-55)

Take It Outside
Billing firms can help collections. By Crystal Conde


ROUNDS (pages 7-11)

A Half-Century of Caring
Study: Texas Medical Practices Good for Economy
2011 Family Medicine Match Positions Up 11 Percent
Texas Students Win AMA Foundation Awards
UT System Increases Medical School Tuition
Baylor to Begin Professionalism Curriculum
How to Reduce Your Electric Bill


DEPARTMENTS

Newsmakers (page 10)
Deaths (page 10)
Portrait (page 56)  


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