Resolved: To Get Involved In Organized Medicine
The House of Delegates is the physician-driven engine for TMA policy. Here's a look at how that policy comes to be, its influence at the state and federal levels, and the importance of physician involvement and input in organized medicine. Continue reading
What the PHE End Means for Telehealth
Throughout the pandemic, state and federal governments relaxed regulatory and payment barriers to telehealth. With the exception of behavioral health services, however, some prepandemic restrictions will kick back in, barring additional action to make them permanent. Read more
More than 100 Healthcare Groups Unite in Support of Prior Authorization Reform
The American Medical Association (AMA), along with 118 medical societies, have teamed up to support meaningful prior authorization reforms proposed for Medicare Advantage and the Medicare prescription drug benefit. Continue reading
Health Information Technology Survey (HIT)
The Texas Medical Association has conducted numerous health information technology (HIT) surveys over the years to help guide TMA advocacy and develop physician resources. Here’s your chance again to tell TMA how technology is impacting your practice with its latest survey. Continue reading to take the survey.