Texas Health Resources in Dallas Business Journal|
Texas Health Resources in Dallas Business Journal
Joan Clark, chief nursing officer for Texas Health Resources, was featured in this week's Dallas Business Journal in a story about up-front funding to increase enrollment of nursing schools statewide. The issue also reported the appointment of Dr. Ferdinand Velasco, Texas Health chief medical information officer, as co-chairman of the Advanced Quality Work Group of the Certification Commission for Healthcare Information Technology.
Texas Health Plano in The Dallas Morning News
Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital Plano is mentioned in a Dallas Morning News article focusing on comparing cost estimates for surgery. Texas Health Plano's cost estimate for a hip replacement is lower than the price quoted at two competing hospitals.
Texas Health Fort Worth Medical Director in Star-Telegram
Dr. John Willard, medical director of the Texas Health Heart Center at Texas Health Harris Methodist Hospital Fort Worth, was quoted in a Star-Telegram story about the importance of vascular and cardiovascular screenings.
Texas Health Dallas on WFAA-TV
Dr. Lee Bourland, an oncology breast surgeon on the medical staff at Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital Dallas, and Dr. Shannon Amonette, a radiologist on the medical staff at Texas Health Dallas, were featured in a special report on WFAA-TV (Channel 8). The story details a clinical trial at Texas Health Dallas to determine whether tomosynthesis, a new breast-imaging technology, is as effective as MRI in helping diagnosing breast cancer. Tomosynthesis, which provides 3D images of breast tissue as quickly and easily as undergoing a traditional mammogram, is available only through enrollment in the Texas Health Dallas clinical trial or at one of a handful of medical centers around the country conducting similar research. Experts say the study may determine if 3D mammography could one day be used as a routine screening tool for women with dense breast tissue, which can hide cancerous growths.
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