October 07, 2022
March 23, 2010
What could a TMA Membership mean for you, your practice, and your patients?
Physicians have not always been big fans of the Merit-Based Incentive Payment System (MIPS), but one aspect of MIPS can help physicians protect electronic health records (EHRs) from errors, hacking, and similar problems. Read More
Although health IT has progressed exponentially in the decade since the Health Information Technology and Economic Clinical Health (HITECH) Act was implemented, physicians are still challenged when it comes to interoperability. Read More
Since April 2021, federal rules requiring physicians to give patients prompt access to their electronic health information have been focused on a narrow subset of those data. Starting Oct. 6, the so-called information-blocking requirements are set to broaden that scope significantly. Read More
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The January/February issue takes a look at TMA's agenda for the 2023 legislative session. At the heart: protecting the practice of medicine and the patient-physician relationship, whether from criminalization, interference from insurers and other nonmedical entities, or public health threats. Plus, what the end of the COVID-19 public health emergency means for Medicaid coverage, vaccines, and telehealth.
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