Texas Health Resources, Aetna ACO Collaboration in Local News|
Texas Health Resources, Aetna ACO Collaboration in Local News
North Texas media reported Texas Health Resources and Aetna’s new accountable care agreement. The collaboration is designed to improve the quality of care for Aetna members and lower overall health care costs.
The agreement, effective immediately, will include Aetna members in Dallas, Collin, Denton, Ellis, Grayson, Johnson, Kaufman, Parker, Rockwall and Tarrant counties. Doug Hawthorne, Texas Health CEO, and Dr. Michael Stoltz, president of Texas Health Physicians Group, were quoted.
Stories appeared on D Healthcare Daily, the Dallas Morning News' Biz Beat Blog and the Star-Telegram's Tarrant Business Blog.
Texas Health Resources, Texas Health Arlington Memorial in Dallas Morning News
An article in The Dallas Morning News featured Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital Dallas as a health screenings provider at the upcoming Go Red for Women luncheon. Virginia Rose, vice president for strategic planning and business development at Texas Health Dallas, was mentioned as a luncheon co-chair, as well as Texas Health Resources for its support as a major donor for the event.
An article on disaster preparedness in Jan. 29 editions of The Dallas Morning News included comments by Sherilena Dudley, program manager for emergency management at Texas Health Resources. The article also mentioned that Texas Health Arlington Memorial Hospital mobilized to care for assisted living center residents after a tornado struck Arlington in April.
Texas Health Fort Worth in Fort Worth Business Press
Rick Humphrey, chief financial officer for Texas Health Harris Methodist Hospital Fort Worth, was profiled in this week’s Fort Worth Business Press for being a nominee for the publication’s CFO of the Year Award.
Texas Health Resources on Dallas Business Journal Website
The Dallas Business Journal's website featured the recent appointment of Oscar Amparan, FACHE, executive vice president and Southeast zone operations leader at Texas Health Resources, to Texas Institute for Surgery's Board of Managers.
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