Table of Contents: July 2020

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Volume 116, Number 7 — July 2020

Looking Beyond COVID-19: Texas Medicine continues its coverage of COVID-19, looking to what lies ahead for physicians who adopted telemedicine during the pandemic thanks largely to more flexible regulations and payment policies that made the technology transition possible. Those same physicians may continue to rely on telemedicine as they reopen their practices to an influx of patients with neglected health conditions.

The Tele-Future is Now (pages 14-19)
By Joey Berlin

Covered for COVID? (pages 20-21)
By Joey Berlin

On Pause for the Pandemic (pages 22-28)
By Sean Price

Also in this issue:

Profile: New Leader, New Time (pages 12-13)
Fort Worth’s Sue Bailey, MD, takes the helm at AMA amid COVID-19 crisis. By Steve Levine

Education: Match Day 2020 (pages 30-31)
With a one huge caveat, the annual residency match for medical school graduates was great for Texas medicine. By Sean Price

Law: Some Clarity, Some Fog (pages 33-36)
Attorney general opinion on physician-optometrist relationship represents partial win for TMA. By Joey Berlin

Public Health: Weighing the Cost of Obesity (pages 38-41)
One size does not fit all when it comes to physicians addressing this complicated disease. By Sean Price

Public Health: Positive Pressure (pages 42-45)
Physicians promote community training in emergency hemorrhage control. By Sean Price

Vaccines (page 47)
Talk to Patients About: Slowing the Vaccine Schedule. By Sean Price

Commentary

Telemedicine During the COVID-19 Crisis and Beyond (pages 4-5)

Implicit Bias in Prenatal Drug Testing (page 6)


 

Last Updated On

July 27, 2020