The December edition of Texas Medicine looks at accountable care organizations in Texas, including how TMA PracticeEdge helps practices pool their resources, hit quality measures, and save big in either Medicare shared-savings programs or in commercial ones. One PracticeEdge ACO we’ll feature is Alliance, a collaboration of 54 primary care docs that has saved more than $6.6 million and earned $3.2 million for the ACO itself. Plus … The Texas State Board of Pharmacy recently adopted new rules that establish “red flag” indicators pharmacists can use to question whether an opioid prescription is legitimate. TMA believes those new rules sow distrust of a prescriber and may lead to over-enforcement. Check out our digital edition.
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December 03, 2018