This Month in Texas Medicine

The April issue of Texas Medicine features a cover story on potential Medicaid reforms. Questions abound as to what capped Medicaid funding would look like and what effect it would have on the current Medicaid-eligible population, covered services, and physician payments. The April issue also includes coverage of TMA's HPV Work Group and its plans to improve HPV vaccine rates, the latest rule change on resident duty hours, and problems encountered when physicians change electronic health record vendors. A Journal article examines the relationship of mental health to alcohol and substance use among Texas college students.

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Action, April 17, 2017