Texas Health CEO on Modern Healthcare List|
Texas Health CEO on Modern Healthcare List
Texas Health Resources CEO Doug Hawthorne ranked No. 59 on Modern Healthcare’s “100 Most Influential People in Healthcare” list for 2012.
Texas Health Resources on Good Morning Texas
Texas Health Resources’ well-being initiative was featured on the Good Morning Texas program on WFAA-TV (Ch. 8). Dr. Ken Adams, a physical medicine physician on the medical staff at Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital Dallas, discussed Texas Health’s focus on well-being and disease prevention.
Texas Health Resources on HealthcareInformatics.com
An article on Healthcare Informatics.com on the federal release of the final rule for stage 2 of the Medicare and Medicaid EHR incentive programs included comments by Dr. Ferdinand Velasco, chief health information officer of Texas Health Resources.
Texas Health Denton in Denton Record-Chronicle, on KTVT-TV
Dr. DeCarlo Noble, an OB/GYN on the medical staff at Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital Denton, saved the life of a fellow airline passenger while on vacation with his family in Florida. The story was reported in the Denton Record-Chronicle and on KTVT-TV (Ch. 11).
Texas Health Fort Worth in Becker’s Hospital Review
The new Emergency Care Center being built at Texas Health Harris Methodist Hospital Fort Worth was featured in a Becker’s Hospital Review article about ED expansions designed to increase capacity for growing patient volumes.
Texas Health Dallas in Park Cities People
An article in Park Cities People recognized Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital Dallas’ chief nursing officer Cole Edmonson, D.N.P, R.N., FACHE, NEA-BC. Edmonson has been named one of only 20 Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Executive Nurse Fellows nationwide for 2012. He joins a select group of nurse leaders chosen to participate in the three-year leadership development program, which aims to enhance nurse leaders’ effectiveness in improving the nation’s health care system.
Texas Health Plano on NeighborsGo.com
NeighborsGo.com featured an item about several free events that Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital Plano will host in September.
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