The May issue of Texas Medicine takes a look at The University of Texas at Austin Dell Medical School and its unique curriculum that practically does away with traditional lectures and focuses instead on solving problems and working together with other health care professionals. The May issue also includes stories about the rise in locum tenens doctors taking the places of permanent physicians, the early promise seen in the trend away from fee-for-service and toward value-based payment models in the Texas Medicaid program, and TMA’s recommendations to the legislature to address doctor-shopping and opioid diversion.
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Action, May 15, 2017