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Texas Health Resources on D Healthcare Daily
09/19/2012

Texas Health Resources on D Healthcare Daily

D Healthcare Daily featured a commentary by Doug Hawthorne, CEO of Texas Health Resources. The piece examines the need for providers to shift the care delivery focus to well-being and physician-directed population health.

Texas Health Alliance in Local Media

We anticipate a story about the first patient in the emergency department at Texas Health Harris Methodist Hospital Alliance, 5-year-old Keller resident Ennasun Duke, will air on WFAA-TV (Ch. 8). Natalie Kelley, R.N., was featured.

Stories in the Star-Telegram and Dallas Business Journal also discussed the hospital’s opening day and its impact on shortening emergency trips to the hospital for patients in North Fort Worth. Winjie Tang Miao, the hospital’s president, was interviewed.

Texas Health Allen, Texas Health Azle, Texas Health HEB on D Healthcare Daily

D Healthcare Daily reported that three Texas Health hospitals were recognized by The Joint Commission for high-quality performance. Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital Allen, Texas Health Harris Methodist Hospital Azle and Texas Health Harris Methodist Hospital Hurst-Euless-Bedford were named as Top Performers on Key Quality Measures for 2011. Texas Health HEB also was mentioned in HealthLeaders Media for achieving top scores in six categories.

Texas Health Stephenville in Stephenville Empire-Tribune

The Stephenville Empire-Tribune featured the recipients of Texas Health Harris Methodist Hospital Stephenville’s annual awards:

  • Living the Mission Award: Christy Pinkston, decision support analyst
  • Patient Safety Star Award: Amanda Hice, R.N., surgical staff nurse
  • Community Service Award: Clinical Nutrition department (Ellen Wells, R.D., L.D., and Laurie Lively, R.D., L.D.)
  • Helping Hands Award: Melissa Burke, volunteer

Texas Health Dallas in Preston Hollow People

An item featuring the Institute for Exercise and Environmental Medicine at Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital Dallas appeared in Preston Hollow People. The article highlights a study by IEEM researchers to unlock the mysteries of Alzheimer’s disease and other types of dementia — and discover better treatments for the conditions. The project, led by Rong Zhang, Ph.D., is investigating the connection between exercise and brain function as people age.

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