Texas Medical Association & Physician's News Digest Sign News Briefs Pact.AUSTIN, Texas, Nov. 22 /PRNewswire/ -- The Texas Medical Association (TMA) has signed an agreement to facilitate the dissemination dissemination Medtalk The spread of a pernicious process–eg, CA, acute infection Oncology Metastasis, see there of Physician's News Digest's daily e-mail news service to its 36,000 members.
The agreement qualifies TMA members for free subscriptions to the Texas Edition of PND (Personal Navigation Device) A portable GPS-based navigation system that can be used when walking, hiking or in any vehicle. See GPS. News Briefs, which normally cost $25 a year.
"We are delighted to offer this important medical news service to our members," said Steve Levine, TMA communications director. "PND News Briefs help physicians stay on top of the constant changes in health care so that they are better equipped to provide high quality care to their patients. It is an excellent complement to our about-to-be-unveiled new Web site and other Internet-based services we are preparing."
Physician's News Digest Digest: see Corpus Juris Civilis.
(1) A compilation of all the traffic on a news group or mailing list. Digests can be daily or weekly.
(2) Any compilation or summary. , a Pennsylvania-based publisher of local medical news, started the Texas Edition of the e-mail publication in January of 1999. It provides a daily digest of medical news from Texas and the nation, with a focus on health policy, medical economics and health care law. Hyperlinks to additional information available on the Internet are also provided.
"We came to Texas because it is on the cutting edge of efforts to curb the excesses of profit-driven managed care so that physicians can continue to practice high quality medicine," said Physician's News Digest President Jeffrey Barg. "The developments of the past year have exceeded our expectations. We have had the opportunity to break news on the Texas law enabling independent physicians to jointly negotiate contract terms with health plans, one of the most important medical news stories of the year."
"We are very excited to be working with the TMA to disseminate dis·sem·i·nate
v. dis·sem·i·nat·ed, dis·sem·i·nat·ing, dis·sem·i·nates
1. To scatter widely, as in sowing seed.
2. our news briefs to a wider audience," Barg added.
Subscriptions to PND News Briefs may be ordered on the Physician's News Digest website at http://PhysiciansNews.com/about.html#subscription . TMA members may sign-up for a free subscription on the TMA website (http://www.texmed.org).