Whether you're in a solo, small, or group practice, the Texas Medical Association has the essential advocacy, services, education, and tools for you.
TMA advocates for you and your patients at the Texas Legislature and U.S. Congress and in the courtroom.
TMA helps you manage the business side of your practice.
Hundreds of hours of CME and ethics courses are now available at no cost to members, compliments of TMA Insurance Trust.
Leadership Virtual Series: Managing Change: Maintaining Sanity When Changes Make You CrazyJune 17, 6 pm
Leadership Training for Young PhysiciansApplications due June 25
"Ask the Expert" Virtual SeriesAug. 17, Oct. 21 (@ noon)
Fall ConferenceSept. 17-18
TMA and AMA Meeting Schedule
Adopting telemedicine may have been one of the biggest pandemic-inspired adjustments for most practices. But other technologies – and some non-technological projects – suddenly graduated from interesting side project to urgent priority.
By Sean Price
In less than two years, San Antonio cardiothoracic surgeon J. Marvin Smith III, MD, says his distinguished surgical career spanning about five decades was effectively wiped out.
By Joey Berlin