2017 was a year of change - for patients, for physicians, and for TMLT. But the goals we set for ourselves were designed to serve our policyholders - now and in the future.
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Policyholders to save $12.7 million from dividends
TMLT policyholders will receive a 10 percent dividend when they renew their policies in 2019.
Safe water use during prolonged boil water advisory
During the current "boil water advisory," Austin residents are encouraged to boil water before drinking or cooking. Daily routines, such as hand washing and bathing, require a little planning.
Guidelines for the release of medical records
It is imperative to have a system in place that allows the release of complete, legible, and organized records from your medical office.
TMLT names Elliott Moss as 2018 scholarship recipient
The TMLT Scholarship was established to recognize Texas medical students who are interested in finding creative and effective ways to enhance patient safety.
Governor issues proclamation recognizing medical liability reform
Texas Governor issues proclamation marking the 15th anniversary of Texas medical liability reforms
Recap: “How to Fight the Opioid Epidemic”
For this year’s spring CME seminars, attorney Brett B. Rowe presented “How to Fight the Opioid Epidemic” in Austin and Houston. Here’s a brief recap with five risk management takeaways for physicians.
TMLT's 2017 Video Annual Report
Get a glimpse inside TMLT and hear from employees in our 2017 annual report video.
How Much Cyber Insurance Do You Need?
As cyber attacks in health care continue, many practices may be asking this question.
TMLT Offers New Risk Assessment Options
TMLT now offers the following options for fee-for-service risk assessments: HIPAA Solution, HIPAA Mock Audit, and Comprehensive Risk Assessment.
TMLT’s 2017 Scholarship Awarded to Texas Tech Medical Student
Mayank Aranke, a third-year medical student at Texas Tech University Science Center School of Medicine, is the recipient of the 2017 TMLT Scholarship.
TMLT Staff Featured in Cyber Liability Video
TMLT’s John Southrey and Cathy Bryant are featured in the TMA video “Cyber liability.” The video was produced for TMA’s Young Physician Leadership College.
Policyholders to Save $13 Million in Dividends
TMLT policyholders will receive a 10% dividend when they renew their policies in 2018.
TMLT Dedicates $10 Million to the Trust Rewards Program for 2017
The TMLT Board of Governors has voted to allocate $10 million to the Trust Rewards Program for 2017. The 2017 allocation brings the Trust Rewards total to $185 million.
Medefense Now Available at Higher Limits
Every TMLT policy includes Medefense —coverage for legal expenses, fines, and penalties associated with disciplinary actions (such as an investigation by the Texas Medical Board).
Policyholders to Save $13 Million with Dividends
The Board of Governors of TMLT approved a 10% dividend for policyholders who renew in 2017.
Historic House Vote Protects Right of States to Set Medical Liability Laws, Says TAPA
Today the U.S. House of Representatives passed historic medical liability language in a bill that replaces the often-criticized Medicare physician payment formula known as the sustainable growth rate.
New Mexico Legislature Acts to Protect Patients’ Access to Care in Texas
Texas physicians will continue to receive a full range of liability protections even when treating New Mexico patients. That issue was in doubt until the New Mexico Legislature took decisive action.
TMLT Awards $5,000 Scholarship to Texas Medical Student
Tiffany Chen as the 2016 recipient of the TMLT Scholarship. Ms. Chen is a fourth-year medical student at The University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio.
TMLT Launches Lone Star Alliance
Operated by TMLT, Lone Star can accommodate the needs of new and existing policyholders by offering TMLT’s coverage and service to those working outside of Texas.
Policyholders to Save $13.5 Million with Dividends