Texas Health Resources in The Dallas Morning News|
Texas Health Resources in The Dallas Morning News
A front-page article in Nov. 29 editions of The Dallas Morning News reported on a Nov. 30 forum of local health care providers, insurers and employers to discuss ways to lower health care costs. Barclay Berdan, senior executive vice president of system alignment and performance for Texas Health Resources, was quoted on Texas Health’s initiative to implement electronic health records.
Texas Health Plano in The Dallas Morning News
Jim Boswell, administrative director of physician services at Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital Plano, was featured in a Nov. 30 Dallas Morning News column for his recent accomplishment. Star Children’s Charity, a Plano-based philanthropic organizatio,n established the Jim Boswell Award to be given annually to those who “exemplify the leadership and community philanthropic spirit that Jim has exuded.”
Texas Health Stephenville in Stephenville Empire-Tribune
The Stephenville Empire-Tribune featured a story about Texas Health Harris Methodist Hospital Stephenville’s recent fun run to raise awareness of childhood obesity. Shane Wall, physical therapist at the hospital, was quoted.
Texas Health Springwood on KDAF-TV
KDAF-TV (Ch. 33) featured a story about how to handle eating and other family stressors during Thanksgiving. Texas Health Springwood Hospital therapist Barbara Alderete commented on positive steps that can be taken to manage stressful situations.
Texas Health Dallas on KRLD-AM
Dr. Mark Till, director of emergency medicine at Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital Dallas, was interviewed on KRLD-AM (1080) on a new study by Consumer Reports. The study tested chicken from 100 stores in 22 states for salmonella and a dangerous bacteria called campylobacter, and found nearly two-thirds contained one or both pathogens. Till discussed the importance of proper handling of raw meats and what to do if you become infected.
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