The TETAF Governance Committee is now accepting nominations for the 2024 TETAF Board of Directors. Members of the TETAF Board of Directors serve a three-year term. Every effort shall be made to recruit and nominate individuals who will result in a multi-disciplinary board with diversity of geography and experience. The Board seeks membership that reflects More >>
Join us on November 29 at 10:00 a.m. CST for our next Texas Quality Care Forum. Raquel De Fraites, DNP, MBA, BSN, RNC-NIC, NE-BC, Lauren Taylor, BSN, RNC-NIC, LSSYB, and Sherry Bryson, MSN, MBA, RNC-OB, FNP-C, LSSYB present on, “Maternal – Neonatal Care Collaboration.” TETAF and its perinatal division, Texas Perinatal Services welcomes trauma, stroke, maternal, neonatal, acute More >>
Exempt Full-Time Position Summary This is a full-time position with the Texas EMS, Trauma & Acute Care Foundation (TETAF), a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization based in Austin, Texas. TETAF supports development of the state trauma and emergency health care system by providing verification surveys for trauma, stroke, neonatal intensive care units, and maternal care facilities. TETAF also provides legislative advocacy on More >>
The Texas Department of State Health Services (DSHS) released the Texas Designation Survey Guidelines to established a standardized structure and process for designation surveys in Texas. The guidelines provide elements on planning and conducting surveys for facilities and surveyors. The guidelines go into effect on January 1, 2024. DSHS is providing virtual training for facilities More >>
The Texas EMS, Trauma & Acute Care Foundation (TETAF) is pleased to announce the appointment of Jessica Ehrig, MD, FACOG to the TETAF Board of Directors. Dr. Ehrig will fulfill the remainder of a term of an open seat on the board. Dr. Ehrig is the maternal medical director, maternal transport director, OB quality officer, More >>
The Perinatal Advisory Council will meet on December 13 at 9:00 a.m. The meeting can be viewed on the Texas Health and Human Services website.
The rules for Hospital Level of Care Designations for Neonatal Care have been published in the Texas Register. The neonatal rules are on page 40.
The Texas Department of State Health Services announced on December 30 that the Hospital Level of Care Designations for Maternal Care rules are effective on January 8. The rules are published on the Texas Administrative Code website. Texas Perinatal Services can answer any questions you may have. Please contact Jessica Phillips, perinatal program director, at More >>