Archives / 2018 / April
  • Family medicine‚Äôs best gather in the capital city.

    Tags: Family Medicine Leadership Experience, Annual Session and Primary Care Summit, C. Frank Webber Lectureship and Interim Session, 2018, Griffin Mulcahey, Doug Curran, Doug Dierking

    By Perdita Henry

    Texas’ best and brightest family physicians gathered in Austin, April 13-14, to learn the latest in CME, determine the direction of the Academy, and reconnect with colleagues from across the state during the annual C. Frank Webber Lectureship and Interim Session.

    More than 400 physicians, residents, medical students, and other health care professionals took part in the yearly event, featuring an energetic exhibit hall, vibrant committee meetings, and special learning opportunities and activities beyond the CME lecture hall. CME attendees had the opportunity to earn up 17 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™ and AAFP Prescribed Credits.

  • Learn the benefits of ImmTrac2

    Tags: ImmTrac2, Texas Immunization Registry. The Texas Department of State Health Services

    Your patients have a lifetime of vaccines ahead of them. The easiest way to keep them organized is ImmTrac2, the Texas Immunization Registry. The Texas Department of State Health Services provides this registry. It is secure and confidential, and safely consolidates and stores Texans’ immunization records in one place.

    ImmTrac2 replaces the ImmTrac system launched in 1996, and now offers expanded capabilities including immunization history, forecasts, reminders, instant reports, easy edit/delete functions, and resettable passwords.

    With more than 164 million vaccine records, the registry is a major component of DSHS’s initiative to increase immunization coverage across Texas.