Upcoming TMA Events
All Member Virtual Meeting
Did you miss September's All Member Virtual webinar? Watch now by clicking the button below. During the webinar, TMA Vice President of Government Affairs, Julie Griffin, shared a recap of the Tennessee General Assembly's recent special session on public safety. Rep. Kevin Vaughan (R-Collierville) also joined the conversation to discuss legislation he plans to propose to combat violence against healthcare professionals, a top legislative priority for TMA heading into the 2024 session. Yarnell Beatty, TMA Senior Vice President and General Counsel, also outlined legal guidance on how medical practices should best handle difficult or unruly patient encounters.
New Member Orientation
This virtual meeting will provide an overview of the Tennessee Medical Association, highlight the benefits of membership and showcase ways new members may get involved and connect with organized medicine. We look forward to welcoming you then!
The next bimonthly meeting will take place in October.
Student and Resident Webinar Series: "Bridging the Gap"
This October, TMA will offer a leadership series geared to two key sections - the Medical Students Section (MSS) and Residents and Fellows Section (RFS). The series will be held online on Monday evenings in October and is sponsored by the State Volunteer Mutual Insurance Company (SVMIC) and the Tennessee Medical Education Fund (TMEF).
The series is a part of TMA's larger effort to meet the needs of students and residents and will be made available free of charge to members of these sections. Advanced registration is required. MSS and RFS members may leard more and register here.
House of Delegates and Annual Meeting
TMA's House of Delegates gives physicians from across the state an opportunity to gather as a professional group to present and debate policies that affect the practice of medicine and the delivery of patient care in Tennessee and across the country.
The 188th event took place in April in Franklin. In 2024, the 189th event will take place in Murfreesboro April 5-7.
TMA Insurance Workshop Series
Delivering updates from subject-matter experts, TMA's Insurance Workshop Series offers critical information on compliance and auditing, specialty coding and more. TMA continues to host a series of informative webinars on Tuesdays throughout the year.
TMA Day on the Hill
TMA's annual Day on the Hill will take place in March 2024. This annual event brings physicians together with lawmakers to advocate for their patients and discuss major issues affecting the medical profession in Tennessee.
Physician Leadership Training
The John Ingram Institute for Physician Leadership is TMA’s ongoing training initiative empowering physicians as leaders within the health care team, their profession and communities. This multi-month Leadership Lab helps physicians develop the valuable skills essential to leaders in the emerging physician-led, team-based healthcare environment. Physician participants attend two live sessions in January and April, along with webinars and individual coaching sessions. The Immersion program, meanwhile, serves as a special getaway for physicians to gain leadership training in teamwork, collaboration, conflict resolution and media and communications.