TMLT now offers one-stop access to all our CME courses. Visit our new CME site to earn CME from the
Reporter and Case Closed. You can also take a video or
podcast CME course.
In order to deliver courses through the new CME site, we will now
be charging a slight fee to cover the cost of the new online catalog.
and non-policyholder pricing will be in effect in the new course
catalog. Log on with your myTMLT
username and password (or check your email for an invitation to create
an account) to receive policyholder pricing.
Courses currently available include:
Reporter CME: "Avoiding seven common malpractice pitfalls"
"10 things that get physicians sued"
"Terminating the physician-patient relationship"
"Social media for physicians"
"Health information technology: where are we now?"
On November 1, 2013, Texas Senate Bill 406 (SB 406) goes into
effect. This law governs the delegation of prescriptive authority to
advanced practice registered nurses (APRNs) and physician assistants
(PAs) in Texas. Physicians who delegate prescriptive authority must
have a Prescriptive Authority Agreement in place for any APRN or PA
that they supervise.
Feeling overwhelmed by federal and state regulatory requirements?
With changes to privacy and security laws and increased numbers of
breaches, investigations, audits, and fines, physicians must be
proactive to reduce their risk of violations.
TMLT has created a Privacy and
Security Toolkit to educate physicians about new medical privacy
and security laws. It is designed to minimize the impact of these laws