Tuesday, June 1, 2010
TECHNOLOGY BRINGS TMA HEALTH REFORM SCHOOL TO 4,200 PHYSICIANS AND MEDICAL STUDENTS
The phones rang all over the state, and you answered. Using the tele-town hall technology, more than 4,200 TMA-member physicians and medical students listened in to our Health Reform School session. “Just like our patients, our member physicians are uncertain about what’s in the new law and what it means to their practices,” said Dr. Bailey, who hosted the call. “It’s our responsibility to bring them the facts as we know them and the implications as we see them.” If you missed it, check TMA’s Health System Reform Action Center, where we’ll post the audio recording later this week. The online education center already includes two new TMA health system reform white papers: “Four Things Physicians Need to Know About Medicare Fees” and “Eight Things Physicians in Independent or Small-Group Practice Need to Know About Health System Reform.
Posted by Steve Levine at 10:44 AM