Texas Health Resources on D Healthcare Daily|
Texas Health Resources on D Healthcare Daily
D Healthcare Daily featured a commentary by Doug Hawthorne, CEO of Texas Health Resources. Hawthorne emphasized the importance of collaboration in effecting true health care reform.
An article on D Healthcare Daily on Parkland Health & Hospital System’s software application for prediction of readmission for congestive heart failure included comments by Dr. Ferdinand Velasco, chief health information officer for Texas Health Resources.
Texas Health Dallas on WFAA-TV
Dr. Jeff Stone, medical director of the hyperbaric medicine unit at the Institute for Exercise and Environmental Medicine at Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital Dallas, appeared Dec. 11 on WFAA-TV (Ch. 8). Stone talked about the potential danger of carbon monoxide poisoning from gas appliances and heaters that are not properly ventilated.
Texas Health Dallas in Nurse.com
Last week’s print edition of Nurse.com featured a story about Marina Reeves, RNC-LRN, B.S.N., a direct care nurse in the special care unit at Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital Dallas. The story highlighted Reeves’ recent trip to Thailand to present evidence-based practice findings from her project at the Joanna Briggs International Colloquium conference. The project, which moved newborn baby care evaluations traditionally delivered in the nursery into the mother’s room, was part of her work for Texas Christian University’s Evidence Based Practice Fellowship program.
Texas Health Fort Worth in Star-Telegram
A front-page story in Dec. 12 editions of the Star-Telegram quoted Dr. Darren Tate, OB/GYN on the medical staff at Texas Health Harris Methodist Hospital Fort Worth, about parents hoping for deliveries on special dates like 12/12/12.
Texas Institute for Surgery on KDFW-TV
Texas Institute for Surgery at Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital Dallas was featured on KDFW-TV (Ch. 4) for its use of video remote interpreting technology. The technology helps reduce communication barriers by providing videoconference access to an interpreter. Dr. Bruce Beavers, orthopedic surgeon on Texas Institute for Surgery’s medical staff, was interviewed.
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