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October 24-26, 2014
Hyatt Hill Country Resort
San Antonio, Texas

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What Does TPS Do For Its Members   Learn what Texas Pain Society does for its members.

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Utilization of Texas Prescription Monitoring Program: A Texas Pain Society White Paper The United States currently has a prescription drug abuse epidemic (1). The unintentional lethal prescription overdoses (OD) has increased in proportion to opioid prescribing patterns (2). Opioids are the primary drug resulting in these preventable deaths. For each unintentional lethal prescription OD, 9 people are admitted for substance abuse treatment, 35 visit the emergency department, 161 people report drug abuse or dependency, and 461 individuals report non-medical use of opioid analgesics (1). Among the victims of lethal prescription OD, the rural and more impoverished counties, Medicaid populations, and mental illness are over represented (1, 2). Deaths from opioid prescriptions now exceeds deaths from cocaine and heroin combined (fig 1).

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Prescription Drug Card     This program is being provided to you and your family to help lower your prescription drug cost. You will receive access to savings of up to 75% (discounts average roughly 30%) at more than 54,000 national and regional pharmacies. This program has “LOWEST PRICE” logic to guarantee that you get the best deal on your prescriptions. (You pay the lower of a discount off Average Wholesale Price-AWP, discount off MAC Pricing, or Pharmacy Promotional/Retail Price.)

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Controlled Substance Record Books The Texas Controlled Substance Act makes no differentiation between samples and medicine ordered from a drug wholesaler or pharmacy. ALL controlled substances must be accounted for in a log book (numbered and bound) in addition to entries in the patient’s medical chart. Click here for more information 

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Welcome to the Texas Pain Society


The Texas Pain Society is a non-profit organization of over 300 pain practitioners that are involved in acute and chronic pain management of patients in Texas.

The Texas Pain Society represents the practice of pain medicine in Texas with a seat on the Texas Medical Association's House of Delegates.

Our mission is to improve the quality of life of Texans who suffer from pain.

Find a Member - searchable directory of Texas Pain Society members.

Looking for your CME certificate from a past meeting?

Certificates can be printed from the TMA website ( by clicking on the "Transcripts" link on the left and logging in with your TMA information. Not a TMA member? Have a copy faxed to you by calling 512-370-1300

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Patient Information

Learn more about the treatment of chronic pain, frequently asked questions and helpful links and resources for patients.

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Physician Information

Learn more about current advocacy issues, articles and information, available forms and resources as well as a helpful links.

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Meetings, Events & CME

Find upcoming meetings, events and talks on the calendar.

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