Texas Family Physician - Vol. 65 No. 3, Summer 2014

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Physician-led ACO or hospital employment?
Health care lawyer Bo Bobbit weighs the differences between physicians creating accountable care organizations and being employed by hospital or health systems.
By Julian D. “Bo” Bobbit, Jr., J.D.

Hybrid concierge: Best of both worlds?
The hybrid concierge model allows you to tailor services to your patients without completely eschewing insurance.
By Wayne Lipton

Team-based care with PAs
Physician assistants can ease the challenges in your practice.
By Karrie Lynn Crosby, MPAS, PA-C

Don’t sell your practice short
What you need to know when you decide to sell your practice.
By Lowell Davis

Practice management
EHRs: good, bad, or ugly? The OIG is cracking down on copy-and-paste notes from EHRs. Here’s what you need to look out for.

Annual Session report
Physicians from across the state congregated in San Antonio for this year’s Annual Session and Scientific Assembly. Full report and photos inside.

Member news
Sugar Land physician selected for DSHS panel
New rural residency program in Permian Basin
Athens FP elected vice chair of the TMA Board
Two Texas physicians elected to AAFP positions
Two TAFP resident members honored with AAFP award
North Richland Hills loses a beloved physician, TAFP Physician Emeritus
In tribute