By Sean Price
Soon, physicians who’ve had their fill of insurers’ burdensome prior authorizations will have the chance to earn their way out of them. The Texas Medical Association wants to make sure the new law giving doctors that “golden” opportunity will be implemented as intended – and is pushing back against health plans’ attempts to reduce its impact.
While city and county health authorities all over Texas keep searching for a recipe to get more local residents vaccinated for COVID-19, El Paso – the city and the county – have found what Ogechika Alozie, MD, calls a “secret sauce.”
What would you do if your employer cut your pay by 10% during one of the most stressful times in recent history? And what if your company did that after not giving you a cost-of-living raise for more than two decades?
By Emma Freer
This month's magazine takes a look at medical education in Texas.
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