Learn more about TMA PAC: a non-partisan, independent political action committee established by the Tennessee Medical Association aimed at the election and retention of pro-medicine candidates.
TMA’s annual policy briefing and lobby day connects physicians directly with lawmakers. This year's event will take place at Capitol Hill on March 23.
Newly-joining TMA members receive 75% off our normal first-year rate. Learn more about our membership benefits and how we can strengthen your voice in the medical community.
TMA was named the most influential advocacy organization on Capitol Hill in 2019 because our members and advocacy team work with state lawmakers and others to achieve legislative victories.
Thursday, Jan. 20
During this virtual meeting, we invite guest experts to discuss an issue that is relevant to our members and physicians across the state. The topic will be: prior authorization. More about event
Elections will begin on Feb. 1 and end on Feb. 28 at 5:00 pm CST.
Our annual policy briefing and lobby day in Nashville connects physicians directly with lawmakers.
Our House of Delegates Annual Meeting and the TMA Annual Meeting will be held in Nashville.
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From one-off issues to complex and encompassing bills, our advocacy team aims to shape the output of the 112th General Assembly.
TMA leads the perennial fight to keep Tennessee physicians supervising patient care and to prevent inappropriate scope of practice expansion by mid-level healthcare providers.
Protecting physicians’ rights to choose how they practice and get paid appropriately for services they provide without patients suffering surprise medical billing from insurers.
Our work spans from Federal and state Prescriber laws, to member-only guidance, including our cautionary Doctor Shopping Guide.
Tennessee Medical Association
As physicians, it’s clear we don’t drive the healthcare car, but maybe we will be able to argue for the passenger seat up front instead of being kidnapped in the trunk. TMA can help us.
Scott Huitink, MD
Thank you to the Tennessee Medical Association for standing tall and supporting us when no one else would.
Wm. MacMillan Rodney, MD
North Memphis, Family Medicine and Obstetrics
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