CME at TexMed: Population Health

Learn about key population health issues – virtually or in person – as part of the CME offerings at TexMed 2022, the Texas Medical Association’s largest annual conference, scheduled for April 29-30 in Houston.

TexMed features two keynote presentations and more than 50 hours of CME. All conference sessions are listed in the 2022 CME Schedule and segmented into six key tracks, including leadership, population health, and emerging specialty trends.

Upcoming population health CME opportunities include:

Amphetamines, the Next Epidemic: What History Has Not Taught Us (ETHICS)
Speaker: Helene Alphonso, DO, Euless psychiatrist
Summary: On the wave of the opioid epidemic, amphetamines are creating new challenges for health care professionals. Learn about the history of previous stimulant epidemics, and how pharmaceutical companies today are using the opioid playbook to boost sales of attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder treatments. Explore the neurochemical basis of addiction and learn how stimulants create unique addiction sequelae.

Texas Workers’ Compensation in 2022
Speaker: Amy Rich, Texas Department of Insurance
Summary: Discover what’s new in workers’ compensation in Texas as it relates to health care professionals. Bolster your understanding of telemedicine and COVID-19 workers’ compensation claims data, as well as the vital roles and responsibilities for physicians and other practitioners in helping injured employees get back to work after an injury or illness.

As always, TexMed is free for TMA members. Register today to join your physician colleagues.

Last Updated On

March 25, 2022

Originally Published On

March 25, 2022

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