Texas Health Resources on Modern Healthcare.com|
Texas Health Resources on Modern Healthcare.com
The online edition of Modern Healthcare featured an article on several health systems’ organizational transformation initiatives. The article includes Texas Health Resources’ 10-Year Strategic Focus. Doug Hawthorne, Texas Health CEO, was quoted.
Texas Health Resources in Dallas Business Journal
The current edition of the Dallas Business Journal includes a story about Texas Health Resources' participation in the Premier-CMS pay-for-performance demonstration. The article explores the pay-for-performance concept and talks about the recent financial awards that Texas Health hospitals received for quality improvements. Linda Gerbig, vice president for performance improvement, was quoted.
Texas Health Azle in Fort Worth Business Press
Texas Health Harris Methodist Hospital Azle was featured in a Fort Worth Business Press article about its growth and expansion with the Outpatient Services and Education Center. Winjie Tang Miao, hospital president, and Marsha Ingle, community education specialist, were quoted.
Texas Health Stephenville in Erath County Living
Erath County Living magazine featured a story about three generations of nurses who have worked at Texas Health Harris Methodist Hospital Stephenville. Surgery nurses Jodi Golightly and Mary McCoy continue to work at the hospital. Golightly, McCoy, hospital President Christopher Leu and Chief Nurse Executive Donna Steen were quoted.
Texas Health Fort Worth on WBAP-AM
Matt Canning, R.N., palliative care staff nurse at Texas Health Harris Methodist Hospital Fort Worth, was interviewed for a story about the new 7/70 nurse staffing model that the palliative care unit is piloting.
Texas Health Dallas Volunteers in The Dallas Morning News
The Dallas Morning News featured an article in its Aug. 30 editions highlighting the volunteer program at Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital Dallas. The article quoted Sonya Manibusan, director of volunteer services at Texas Health Dallas, and volunteers Jean Snodgrass and Karan Patel.
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