By Amy Lynn Sorrel
TMA recently responded to the Medicare's 984-page proposal with concerns about a 4.4% pay cut and other potentially harmful changes related to scope expansion, e-prescribing penalties, and physicians’ administrative burden.
Acknowledging a state now filled with people of different cultures and experiences, the Texas Medical Association has renamed its minority scholarship the TMA Diversity in Medicine Scholarship.
With an Oct. 1 deadline on the horizon, health plans have begun implementing Texas’ new prior authorization exemption process requiring them to issue the first so-called “gold cards” by that date.
By Amy Lynn Sorrel
By Emma Freer
By Sean Price
The August-September edition of the magazine takes a look at value-based care models and how rural access, long COVID, and obesity are challenging Texas physicians.
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