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August 14, 2018
What could a TMA Membership mean for you, your practice, and your patients
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Incoming TMA President Diana Fite, MD, plans to take on low Medicaid pay and the litany of intrusions taking time away from patient care and contributing to physician burnout
When you think about your future as a physician, do you see yourself not only treating patients, but also shaping state and national health policy or being involved in medical leadership? If you answered yes, get started on that future by serving on the Texas Medical Association Medical Student Section (MSS) Executive Council, which directs the activities of the section at the state level. Read More
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Meet incoming TMA president Diana Fite, MD, who lives up to her last name when it comes to her dedication to easing the long list of frustrations plaguing today’s physicians: quality measures, electronic health records, prior authorizations, and low Medicaid pay, among others.
Plus ... Renowned vaccine researcher Peter Hotez, MD, discusses the re-emergence of preventable diseases. And a look back at past health crises like H1N1, West Nile virus, and Ebola reveals how prepared Texas is for novel diseases like COVID-19.
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