See where Tennessee's physicians stand on the most important issues facing their profession, and their patients.
TMA has advocated since 2012 to improve the design and implementation of the state's move from fee-for-service to a payment model based on episodes of care.
TMA sees the transition to the Trump administration as an opportunity to advocate for repeal of provisions of federal laws and regulations that have little value but cost time and money for physicians in order to comply.
TMA is working on solutions to relieve physicians from the grind of repetitive paperwork required for credentialing with health plans. Eliminating redundancy and establishing some consistency in processes would save doctors time and money.
TMA believes narrow networks can make it harder for patients to see doctors and make early intervention more difficult.
TMA is helping physicians avoid potential pitfalls when they choose to practice as employed physicians.