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April 16, 2020
March 23, 2010
What could a TMA Membership mean for you, your practice, and your patients?
If your practice is considering letting staff work remotely – or if it already has employees who do – the Texas Medical Association has created a course that provides tips and strategies to successfully manage those employees. Read More
Have lingering patient credit balances on your books? Here’s how the law says to handle them. Read More
Try this three-step assertive response to patients who become angry,stubborn, manipulative,and even abusive. Read More
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Primary care is in simmering trouble. Payments are down; the ranks of Texas’ uninsured and underinsured continue to rise; social disparities and chronic disease persist. And that was before the COVID-19 pandemic exacerbated existing problems while threatening practice viability. The Texas Medical Association and other corners of organized medicine are engaging policymakers to not only help the state’s primary care system survive the pandemic, but also enable it to thrive for the long haul. Plus ... What if Texas lawmakers created a mental health service that physicians asked for but then not many physicians used it? So far, that is what’s happening with the Child Psychiatric Access Network (CPAN), which gives pediatricians and family physicians across Texas free telemedicine-based consultation and training on community psychiatry.
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