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What COVID-19 Information Are You Required to Report to the State?
Patient and Practice Safety
TMB No Longer Requiring Practices to Follow COVID-19 Safe-Practice Standards
Updated Nursing Home Guidance Allows for Most Indoor Visits
Governor Removes Jail Time as Penalty for Violating COVID-19 Order
HIPAA Privacy and Novel Coronavirus (HHSC)
Key OSHA Standards for COVID-19 (US Dept of Labor)
April 09, 2021
March 18, 2021
What could a TMA Membership mean for you, your practice, and your patients?
Thanks to physician-led grassroots advocacy, the Texas Medical Association beat back bills that aimed to codify Gov. Greg Abbott’s recent executive order banning vaccine mandates. Those bills had failed to advance out of their respective chambers when the Texas Legislature adjourned from its third special session of the year on Oct. 19. Read More
The Texas Legislature’s distribution of billions in federal COVID-19 relief funding displayed a commitment to many – though not all – of the Texas Medical Association’s desired uses for the money, including investments in child mental health care and improving maternal mental health access. Read More
If you run a business, any business – including a medical practice – you may be subject to Texas’ new law barring businesses from requiring customers to produce COVID-19 vaccine documentation – now known in common parlance as a “vaccine passport.” Read More
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