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The Texas Medical Association is back in court – again – to hold federal regulators accountable for implementing a key piece of the No Surprises Act as Congress intended it: to operate an arbitration process that does not skew the dispute resolution process in favor of health plans. Read More
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Case by case, courts are clarifying a piece of Texas’ tort reform law that’s meant to keep physicians from paying part of a medical negligence award in one prohibitive and devastating gulp. Read More
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The December issue takes a look at Texas' physician workforce. The Lone Star State is a great place to practice. But to keep pace with population, medical education, and diversity trends, there are still gaps to fill.
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