TMA staff includes expert coders, reimbursement specialists, and other certified professionals who provide everything from hands-on practice consulting services, to personalized reimbursement assistance for your payment problems.
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Whether you're a solo practitioner in a rural area, or a member of a 50-physician group, the TMA team of certified coders, HIPAA compliance officers, and other experienced professionals can provide comprehensive practice management help.
TMA’s free RRR Service goes to bat for members by helping to resolve issues related to insurance payments. TMA can help resolve issues with your payer network status, prompt-pay, and other reimbursement claims.
See the latest resources and information on all things billing and coding. Learn the do’s and don’ts, and get updates on constantly changing billing and coding requirements.
TMA gives you up-to-date resources and information on compliance topics such as HIPAA, medical records, prescribing, delegation of duties, OSHA, and more.
Keep up with the ever-changing details of the quality payment programs, value-based care, care management, physician ranking and more.
Discover tools and current information on a variety of tech topics, including EHRs, e-prescribing, telemedicine, health information exchange and more.
Access the latest information on all-things insurance, including commercial insurance, Medicare, Medicaid and CHIP, Workers’ Comp and more.
Get helpful information and resources on practice operations topics.
· Human Resources
· Marketing/Social Media
· Patient/Customer Service
· Selling/Closing a Practice
· Starting a Practice
· Practice Financials
· Physician Insurance
Recent questions about Practice Help Compliance issues:
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This updated resource is specific to Texas law and contains 550+ editable pages with 80+ template forms. Highlights include sections on Telehealth, Clinical Care and the CURES Act, as well as a 200-page HIPAA guide and inclusive language.
During the COVID-19 public health emergency, many state and federal waivers were put in place to help expand the use of telemedicine. That was all good news as many practices struggled financially because of decreased in-person patient visits. As you continue to use telemedicine, it’s important to let your patients know about it.
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Thanks to a generous sponsorship from Texas Medical Association Insurance Trust, hundreds of CME courses in the TMA Education Center are FREE for members. Find a wide variety of practice help courses today.
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Looking for resources to promote health equity? TMA’s Social Determinants of Health Resource Center provides a wealth of information for physicians seeking to learn more about social factors that drive health outcomes. The resource center includes links to educational material, screening tools, care management resources and more.
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