TexMed 2022 Call for Programming

Thank you for your interest in presenting at TexMed 2022. The following information provides an overview of this year’s planning process with relevant deadlines.

The application portal is now open. Click here to download a checklist of the information needed to complete the proposal application. When you’re ready to submit your proposal, visit the application portal and create a user account. 

All proposed sessions should fit within one of the following identified programming tracks:  

Emerging Specialty Trends 
Programming in this category aims to provide primary or family care physicians with updates on new and emerging trends in specialty care. Learning outcomes should assist general practitioners in recognizing and responding to symptoms or issues that may need specialty consult.  

Leadership and Professional Development 
Programming submitted in this category aims to improve physician leadership skills, advocacy, and decision making. Learning outcomes should assist physicians in understanding and implementing leadership strategies for their own benefit, as well as that of their practices and communities. 

Physician Health and Wellness 
Programming submitted in this category aims to provide education to physicians on maintaining wellbeing throughout their career. Education may address topics such as stress; moral injury; physical, mental, and emotional health; and more. Learning outcomes should assist physicians in identifying and implementing tools and behaviors to improve wellbeing and avoid impairment. 

Population Health  
Programming in this category should address priority public and/or population health issues. Education may address topics such as obesity, opioid use, human trafficking, cancer, maternal health, holistic medicine, and more. Learning outcomes should assist physicians in identifying and implementing tools and behaviors to improve patient outcomes. 

Practice Help 
Programming submitted in this category aims to improve delivery of practice management tools including operations, billing and coding, finance, compliance, telemedicine, insurance and payers, and more. Learning outcomes should assist physicians in identifying and implementing solutions to increase their practice viability and sustainability. 

Quality Improvement 
 Programming submitted in this category aims to improve patient care, making it more safe, effective, patient-centered, timely, efficient, and equitable. Learning outcomes should assist physicians in understanding and evaluating potential revenue (and/or penalties) in performance measurement programs based on evidence-based medicine. 

Deadline: Proposals will be accepted until December 18, 2021. 

Once the application deadline has passed, our education planning team will review all proposals received. Acceptance will be based on the quality of the proposed content and space availability.  

Notification: All accepted proposals will receive notification in the first week of January. 

Last Updated On

November 24, 2021

Originally Published On

October 28, 2021