Texas Health Resources featured in Star-Telegram article on clinical executives 10/14/2013
Texas Health Resources featured in Star-Telegram article on clinical executives
An article on the front page of the Fort Worth Star-Telegram’s business section yesterday discussed the trend of clinicians becoming health care administrators and how that fits into the future of health care. The article quotes Doug Hawthorne, chief executive officer of Texas Health Resources, on Texas Health’s clinical and operational integration strategy as one way to enhance THR's ability to connect the dots along the care continuum. Dr. Jeffrey Canose, executive vice president, southwest zone operations leader, and Lillie Biggins, president of Texas Health Harris Methodist Hospital Fort Worth, were also quoted in the story. View the article here.
Texas Health Arlington Memorial’s Dr. Bianco on KERA
Dr. Sabatino Bianco, the neuroscience program director and a neurosurgeon on the medical staff at Texas Health Arlington Memorial Hospital, was interviewed this morning on KERA (90.1 FM). Bianco discussed the signs and symptoms of an uncommon neurological condition called Chiari malformation – a disorder in which brain tissue extends into an individual’s spinal canal. In some cases, Chiari malformation can become a slow and progressive condition that leads to serious complications, such as coma, paralysis and even death. Click here to listen to the interview.
Texas Health Cleburne’s Dr. Arouse featured in Times-Review
Dr. Ayman Arouse, a pediatrician on the medical staff at Texas Health Harris Methodist Hospital Cleburne, recently appeared in the Cleburne Times-Review in an article that discussed how bullying is a common topic discussed during a pediatric visit. With October being recognized as National Bullying Prevention Month, Arouse emphasized that preventing bullying before children are out of elementary school helps to keep children mentally and physically safe. Click here to read the article.
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