- The 2014-15 state budget, which reverses cuts made in graduate medical education and women’s health services spending, and significantly increases mental health spending.
- Our landmark bill that sets up a more collaborative, delegated practice among physicians and advanced practice nurses or physician assistants. It firmly establishes the physician-led medical team.
- Our red-tape cutting package, which includes a new law to make it easier and faster for physicians to renew their Controlled Substances Registration permit as well as standard preauthorization forms for pharmacy and medical services.
Monday, June 10, 2013
KEY TMA BILLS AWAIT GOVERNOR'S SIGNATURE
The 2013 Texas Legislature (the regular session that ended, not the special session on redistricting that is still ongoing) passed a huge portion of TMA’s 2013 legislative agenda. Now we’re waiting on Gov. Rick Perry to sign the bills into law. Some of the highlights include:
Posted by Steve Levine at 3:28 PM