Texas Health, Harvard School of Public Health study in national media 04/18/2013
Texas Health, Harvard School of Public Health study in national media
National and health media continued coverage of a research study by Texas Health Resources and the Harvard School of Public Health that examined how potentially preventable surgical complications impact hospital finances. The study, which includes work by The Boston Consulting Group and Ariadne Labs, appears in the April 17 edition of the Journal of the American Medical Association. Click on the links to view coverage on CNN Money/ FORTUNE, California Healthline and FierceHealthcare.
Texas Health Fort Worth Wall of Life event in local news
The annual Wall of Life ceremony in honor of organ donors at Texas Health Harris Methodist Hospital Fort Worth was featured on WFAA (Ch. 8), KTVT (Ch. 11), and KDFW (Ch. 4). Two young kidney recipients had the opportunity to meet with the parents of their organ donor Brody Fleming, a 24-year-old Plano firefighter who passed last year.
Texas Health Dallas featured in the Dallas Morning News
Today’s Dallas Morning News featured an article on the Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner (SANE) program at Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital Dallas. Renee Donald, R.N., SANE supervisor, and Sean Faulkner, R.N., SANE trainee, at Texas Health Dallas discussed why they chose to become certified and the important role they play in starting the healing process for sexual assault victims. Click here to read the story (registration required).
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