Monday, September 8, 2008
How can TMA make sure we’re ready with the distinctive solutions you’ll need for the challenges you will face in caring for your patients in the next decade? That’s the big question the TMA Board of Trustees wrestled with at a planning session last month and again this past weekend. The board decided that the four broad goals of the TMA 2010 plan remain relevant and appropriate. They rearranged our priority strategies, though, and added some new ones to produce the TMA 2015 document. We will publish it online shortly and ask for your comments and suggestions.
Posted by Steve Levine at 12:04 PM