Take Your Leadership Skills Even Higher With CME From TMA


As a physician, you are already a valuable asset and trusted leader to your community and your practice. 

The Texas Medical Association is here to help you be an even more effective leader through variety of on-demand webinars, podcasts, and online courses, all available in the Texas Medical Association Education Center

Whether you own your practice or are considering taking the plunge into private practice, there is always more to learn about the business of medicine. To help you make informed decisions about your practice, check out TMA’s latest on-demand webinar, Keys to an Effective Business Plan

The webinar, which is also available as a podcast, will help you understand when you need a business plan, the types of business plans, how to create one, and what to avoid to convey your plan successfully. You’ll also learn how to analyze market and population needs for medical services, and develop the leadership skills and business responsibility needed to open a practice.  

The webinar has been accredited for 0.75 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™. 

But being a leader is more than just running your own practice. If you would like to become more involved in organized medicine, deal with subconscious gender bias, and develop a local support network, take a look at TMA’s on-demand webinar, Making Your Mark in Medicine

The webinar, which has been accredited for 1 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™, is designed to help you:

  • Discuss strategies and opportunities for getting involved in organized medicine; 
  • Identify leadership pathways and discuss the role of other medical societies; and
  • Recognize and participate in advocacy opportunities for issues and concerns facing women in medicine. 

Like most of TMA’s CME, both webinars are free for TMA members and practice staff thanks to a generous sponsorship by the Texas Medical Association Insurance Trust.    

And if you're looking for something to play during your commute, the TMA Practice Well podcast has quick tips and lengthier episodes, many of which offer CME credit.

Last Updated On

March 12, 2021

Originally Published On

March 12, 2021