January 17, 2023
May 11, 2012
What could a TMA Membership mean for you, your practice, and your patients?
Physicians interested in hiring a midlevel practitioner for their practice sometimes wonder whether they should hire a physician assistant or an advanced practice registered nurse. Here’s the basic difference between the two. Read More
In managing physician assistants and advanced practice registered nurses, what is the difference between a prescriptive authority agreement and a protocol? Do I need to have both? Read More
Under what conditions may my physician assistant order durable medical equipment (DME)? Read More
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TMA took a new approach to this year’s regular legislative session: Identify Texas medicine’s top 10 priorities and zero in on them. Physicians’ focused grassroots advocacy got undeniable results in protecting patient care. Their hard work shut down scope of practice expansions and bad health plan practices, boosted GME funding and targeted Medicaid payments, and improved women’s health care coverage and network adequacy protections – among other victories. “It was a very, very good session,” said Tilden Childs, MD, chair of TMA’s Council on Legislation.
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