Texas Health Resources in The Dallas Morning News|
Texas Health Resources in The Dallas Morning News
A Jan. 27 story in the business section of The Dallas Morning News highlighted a new technology being used at Texas Health Resources’ hospitals to improve quality and safety. With a quick two-second scan of the palm, the high-tech system maps the vein pattern of a patient’s hand, which is considered more accurate than a fingerprint. The scanner uses a near-infrared light similar to the signal emitted by a TV remote control. That image is then tied to the patient’s electronic medical record, reducing the risk that two people with the same name and birth date are ever confused. Scott Phillips, director of patient access services for Texas Health, was quoted.
Texas Health Hospitals on D Healthcare Daily
D Healthcare Daily highlighted Texas Health hospitals participating in The Texas Ten Step Star Achiever Breastfeeding Learning Collaborative, a five-year quality improvement project aimed at developing facility environments that support a mother’s choice to breastfeed. Participating Texas Health hospitals include Texas Health Harris Methodist Fort Worth, Texas Health Harris Methodist Hospital Hurst-Euless-Bedford, Texas Health Arlington Memorial Hospital, Texas Health Harris Methodist Hospital Southwest Fort Worth, Texas Health Harris Methodist Hospital Stephenville, Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital Rockwall and Huguley Memorial Medical Center.
Texas Health Resources in Fort Worth Business Press
This week’s Fort Worth Business Press noted that Texas Health Resources Chief Information Officer Ed Marx was named to Fellow status in the College of Healthcare Information Management Executives.
Texas Health Fort Worth in Star-Telegram
A feature in Jan. 27 editions of the Star-Telegram about the Fort Worth Stock Show & Rodeo provided information on Texas Health Harris Methodist Hospital Fort Worth’s mobile unit offering screening mammograms in honor of the show’s Pink Day for breast cancer survivors.
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