Monday, February 4, 2008
If practice and family obligations or the Super Bowl kept you at home last weekend, you didn’t get to hear AMA President Ron Davis, MD, outline the national plan to build a new Medicare financing system. You didn’t join your colleagues in lobbing hard questions at leaders of Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Texas, CIGNA, and UnitedHealthcare. You didn’t see leaders of all eight Texas medical schools join forces at TMA’s second Medical Education Summit. And you didn’t hear one of the authors of the Dartmouth Atlas of Health Care explain why more care isn’t necessarily better care. Plan now to attend TexMed 2008, May 2-3, in San Antonio.
Posted by Steve Levine at 10:42 AM