October 2019


In this issue . . . 


Tickets to UT Sports, Formula 1, and More!
Fresh Air, A Physician Wellness CME Symposium
TCMS Foundation Lecture & Dinner - Free CME
Retired Physicians' Organization Luncheon
Central Texas Primary Care Alliance Annual Meeting
Dell Med Update 

Tickets to UT Sports, Formula 1, and More!

Choose from a selection of discounted tickets to UT home football games, soccer and volleyball and don’t forget Formula One is right around the corner with Pink and Imagine Dragons headlining! Broadway Austin and the HEB Cedar Park Center have great shows coming up as well.

Fresh Air: A Physician Wellness Symposium
Free Ethics CME
October 5

Join your colleagues this Saturday for a relaxed, half day CME ethics symposium exploring meaning and satisfaction in our work, relationships, communication and personal development. We will hear from a couples counselor, psychiatrists as well as other physician colleagues with unique perspectives on physician wellness. 

Date: Saturday, Oct. 5
Time: 8:30 am to 12:30 pm
Place: TMA Bldg. 401 W. 15th-Thompson Auditorium Parking: TMA parking garage  

RSVP: tcms@tcms.com or call 512-206-1249.

TCMS Foundation Lecture
October 24
“Why I Still Want to be a Physician When I Grow Up” Doctors Will Reinvent Themselves and Why That is a Good Thing

CME Credit 

Date: Thursday, Oct. 24
Time: 6:30 pm reception, 7:30 pm dinner/presentation
Place: Austin Country Club

RSVP: tcms@tcms.com or call 512-206-1249.

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Retired Physicians’ Organization Luncheon
October 15   

Dr. William Cunningham, former president of UT Austin as well as a member of the Southwest Airlines corporate board will present “Governance and Success at Southwest Airlines.” 

Date: Tuesday, Oct. 15
Time: 11:30 am
Place: Tarrytown United Methodist Church
Cost: $20 (no cost if paid annual dues)  

RSVP: tcmsrpo@tcms.com or call 512-206-1249.

Central Texas Primary Care Alliance Annual Meeting
November 10

Date: Nov. 10, 2019
Time: 1 pm to 5:30 pm
Place: Hotel Granduca  

RSVP: tisawarner@gmail.com
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Dell Med Update
Executive Education from UT Austin’s Value Institute for Health & Care: Measuring What Matters
November 15-16  

As physicians know well, the goal of health care is improving the outcomes that matter to patients over the full cycle of care. Join other health care leaders to learn the how-to of outcomes measurement, including where to start, what measures to use, how to calculate associated costs and how to use the tools currently available. Participants will get to know the Capability, Comfort and Calm framework, which simplifies and streamlines outcome measurement and evaluation.  

They will also discuss overcoming barriers to measurement, as well as how to support a learning culture that enables continuous care delivery improvement.   

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