Texas Health in H&HN Most Wired|
Texas Health in H&HN Most Wired
The current issue of H&HN magazine includes a full-page profile of Texas Health Resources as one of the magazine’s annual “Most Wired” health care organizations. The profile quotes Ed Marx, chief information officer for Texas Health. Click here to view the issue (Most Wired section begins on p. 26, with Texas Health profile on p. 31; free registration required).
Texas Health Dallas physicians in local media
Dr. James Park, director of the heart and vascular program at Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital Dallas, was interviewed yesterday on KRLD (1080 AM) news radio. Park spoke about the causes of viral cardiomyopathy and treatments for the heart condition. Country music legend Randy Travis is battling the condition at a local hospital. Dr. Carter King, interventional cardiologist on Texas Health Dallas’ medical staff, was also featured in an interview on KTVT (CBS 11) discussing viral cardiomyopathy. Watch the story here.
KDAF features Texas Health Dallas’ Dr. Kerwin
Dr. Diana Kerwin, director of the Alzheimer’s and memory disorders program at Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital Dallas, discussed the possibility of “digital dementia” in a story featured on KDAF (CW 33). She also provided tips on keeping your brain active through activities requiring concentration or something as simple as social conversation. View the story here.
Texas Health Fort Worth’s Randy Ball in DHCD
Randy Ball’s appointment as vice president and professional services officer at Texas Health Harris Methodist Hospital Fort Worth was featured in D Healthcare Daily. View the story here.
Texas Health Arlington Memorial’s Dr. Hardesty on NBC 5 Talk Street
Dr. Glenn Hardesty, an emergency medicine physician on the medical staff at Texas Health Arlington Memorial Hospital and chairperson of Texas Health Resources’ Physician Leadership Council, was featured on July 7 on NBC 5 Talk Street. Hardesty discussed how Texas Health is transforming from a hospital system to a health system focused on well-being. Click here to see the segment. (Hardesty’s segment is 6:50 into the video.)
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