Texas Medicine Magazine

A Publication of the Texas Medical Association  

Texas Medicine is available to TMA members and presents timely information on public health, medicolegal issues, medical economics, science, medical education, and legislative affairs affecting Texas physicians and their patients.

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In this issue, we look at the uphill battle primary care faces and organized medicine's efforts to give it a boost. Plus, if they don't start taking advantage, physicians could lose access to CPAN, the new behavioral health network created by the 2019 Texas Legislature. 

Priority: Primary Care: Medicine is engaging policymakers to not only help the state’s primary care system survive the pandemic, but also enable it to thrive for the long haul 

Patient Privacy's New Frontier: Health apps test patient privacy

Operation Distribution: Questions remain about how to distribute COVID-19 vaccines, but physicians play a key role

Vaccines: Talk to Patients About: Why COVID "Parties" Are a Bad Idea

Use It or Lose It: CPAN, Texas’ new behavioral health program can help physicians – if they take advantage of it

The Power of Community: TMA envisions a locally focused ACO model as an engine for better safety-net care

Rewarding Results: Texas ACOs’ performance in Medicare program bodes promisingly for the future of value-based care

Also in this issue:

Rounds: Texas Medicine in Brief
Imaging: Virtual House of Delegates Meeting Makes History
Back Page: How Will  You Promote Staff Morale During the Holidays

 

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Index to Texas Medicine

Medical terminology is based on usage of MeSH, the National Library of Medicine's Medical Subject Headings, which are used in Index Medicus. If a term does not appear in MeSH, then the author's usage or common usage is preferred.

Each index consists of three parts: the subject index, the author index, and the index of deaths.

Texas Medicine, Volume 114, 2018

Subject, Author, Deaths  

Texas Medicine, Volume 113, 2017

Subject, Author, Deaths

Texas Medicine, Volume 112, 2016

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Texas Medicine, Volume 111, 2015

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Texas Medicine, Volume 110, 2014

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Texas Medicine, Volume 109, 2013  

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Texas Medicine, Volume 108, 2012  

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 Texas Medicine, Volume 107, 2011

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 Texas Medicine, Volume 106, 2010

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 Texas Medicine, Volume 105, 2009

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 Texas Medicine, Volume 104, 2008

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 Texas Medicine, Volume 103, 2007

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 Texas Medicine, Volume 102, 2006

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 Texas Medicine, Volume 101, 2005

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 Texas Medicine, Volume 100, 2004

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 Texas Medicine, Volume 99, 2003

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 Texas Medicine, Volume 98, 2002

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 Texas Medicine, Volume 97, 2001

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 Texas Medicine, Volume 96, 2000

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Last Updated On

December 01, 2020