Health Information Technology

  • HIT Tools and Resources at Your Fingertips

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    TMA works diligently to give you the tools you need to tackle the challenges of technology. Whether you need help selecting an electronic health record (EHR) or understanding the EHR incentive program or information on e-prescribing, TMA has the resources.

    More on HIT Tools and Resources  
  • What could a TMA membership mean for you, your practice, and your patients?

  • HIT Articles

    Be in the Know When You Purchase an EHR

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    The recently updated TMA EHR Vendor Comparison Tool provides TMA member physicians access to an assessment of EHR products that have a solid Texas market base. It gives physicians a view of company information, product functionality, pricing, and interoperability capabilities when comparing EHR systems.

    Find Out More About EHRs
  • Mitigate and Minimize EHR-Related Safety Hazards

     

    The Office of the National Coordinator for Health Information Technology recently released updated SAFER Guides to help health care organizations assess and optimize the safe use of electronic health records (EHRs).

    Learn Some Best Practices  
  • How to Submit the Bare Minimum to Avoid 2019 MIPS Penalty

     

    Under the new Medicare Access and CHIP Reauthorization Act of 2015 (MACRA) rules, physicians submit data on their 2017 performance, and that data will affect their 2019 Medicare payment rates. TMA has compiled some easy steps you can take now to avoid the 4-percent Medicare penalty in 2019.

    Get the Details  
  • TMA Offers New Cyber Security and Ransomware Tools

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    Ransomware has reached Texas, and its emergence highlights the importance of up-to-date security. Health care is particularly vulnerable to the ransomware threat. KPMG's 2015 Health Care and Cyber Security Survey, which polled 223 U.S.-based health care executives, found four-fifths of respondents said cyber attacks had compromised their information technology. TMA is raising awareness and educating physicians on ways to manage security and technology risks.

    Find Out How to Protect Your Practice