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The Texas Medical Association's 2019 Legislative Priorities

With Texas making headlines regarding its uninsured rate and rural hospital closings, the Texas Medical Association has a tall task ahead of the 2019 legislative session in Austin. The 2018 election saw Democratic gains across the country, including Texas, but the state still remains in Republican hands. Legislators will have a chance to improve some of the state's most persistent problems, and the TMA hopes to represent physicians and uphold its mission of improving the health of all Texans. TMA President Dr. Douglas Curran is a family practice physician from Athens, Texas (Courtesy of: Texas Medical Association). The TMA is the country's largest association with 52,000 physician members, and D CEO Healthcare spoke with the organization's president Dr. Douglas Curran, a family practice physician from Athens, Texas about the organization's legislative priorities in 2019. Curran emphasized the TMA's desire to address the state's uninsured rate, which sits at 17 percent and leads the

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