COVID-19: Guidelines for re-opening your medical practice; CME: Medication and prescribing safety; Failure to diagnose and treat infection; Failure to respond to test results
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TMB releases rules for PMP checks, acute pain prescribing limits, and opioid CME requirements
TMB urges caution around questionable COVID-19 treatments
In addition to being overwhelmed — intellectually and physically — while caring for large numbers of patients, physicians are also not immune to their own feelings of emotional overwhelm.
Resources for practices on appropriate quarantine, infection control measures, and safe return to work protocols.
Texas governor suspends elective procedures in counties within 11 Trauma Service Areas
Texas governor suspends elective procedures in four more counties
Texas governor suspends elective procedures in counties with surging COVID-19 hospitalizations
We launch our new member portal on August 4
In 2019, we celebrated our 40th year serving the physicians of Texas
Updated May 11 — Issues include encouraging social distancing and screening patients for symptoms.
Updated May 15 — TMB has issued guidance on the new minimum standards for physician practices during COVID-19
Updated May 20, 2020. To help keep you informed and safe, we are sharing additional information we have received about KN95 masks.
Rules establish minimum standards for safe practice and requires practices to post those standards.
Updated on May 20, 2020. Policyholders should check their email to request a supply of masks.
New dividend will save policyholders $13 million in premium
The TMB clarifies how Governor Abbott's updated restrictions apply
The governor's revisions include new exceptions to the rules for postponing procedures.
Coverage offered at no cost to Texas physicians who volunteer in direct response to the COVID-19 emergency.
Physicians now have 7 days to respond instead of 28.
State requirements for chronic pain patients have been temporarily suspended by Governor Greg Abbott until June 6, 2020.