Your speakers look forward to your participation at the 2021 Annual Session of the Texas Medical Association House of Delegates, April 29 (recorded opening session) and May 14-15 (live business sessions).
Online Testimony on business items opened March 25 and closes April 22.
Keeping the Business Meetings EfficientYour speakers wish to keep the business sessions of the TMA House of Delegates effective, efficient, and enjoyable. They strongly encourage members to submit any testimony on business items (including requests to amend or refer items) prior to the virtual reference committee hearings on May 8 and use the hearings to wordsmith the final document prior to the May 14-15 house meetings.
Read the 2021 Speakers' Letter
2021 Handbook for Delegates
Submit Online Testimony
2021 Handbook for Delegates updated 4.8.21
Composition updated 4.8.21
2020 Audit Trail updated 4.8.21
Agendas updated 4.8.21
Informational Reports updated 4.8.21
FOA Reports and Resolutions updated 4.8.21
MEHCQ Reports and Resolutions updated 4.8.21
SPH Reports and Resolutions updated 4.8.21
SOCIO Reports and Resolutions updated 4.8.21
2020 Summary of Actions
2020 Audit Trail
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Visit the elections webpage to learn about the candidates for TMA offices. Voting will take place April 29-May 3.
Welcome to the Texas Medical Association House of Delegates! The House of Delegates is the legislative and policymaking body of the association and is made up of about 500 voting members. The following information will help you become familiar with your role and will help you understand house functions, business, procedures, and protocol.
House of Delegates GuideUnderstanding how the house functionsVisual graphic of voting positions in the House of DelegatesTMA Resolution ProcessTMA House of Delegates New Member Orientation VideoThis comprehensive video outlines your role as a member of the Texas Medical Association's House of Delegates. Watch as TMA Speaker Arlo Weltge, MD, explains the process and best practices for members when developing policy to improve the health of all Texans.
Serving in TMA’s House of Delegates is the best way to get involved in your association and make a difference in medicine. TMA needs your voice and your experience to help develop relevant, meaningful policy that benefits Texas physicians and patients.
Who Runs TMA?
Speakers' Letter: 2021Updated 3.25.21
2020 Audit TrailUpdated 4.8.21
Use this simple form to send in a policy issue or question anytime, year-round!
Attention county medical societies: Report officers and delegates to TMA annually.
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