Texas Health Resources in The Dallas Morning News 01/20/2011
Texas Health Resources in The Dallas Morning News
A front-page story in Jan. 20 editons of The Dallas Morning News on proposed cuts to state Medicaid fees quoted Barclay Berdan, Texas Health Resources senior executive vice president for system alignment and performance.
Texas Health Resources in Nurses Lounge
The current issue of Nurses Lounge magazine featured several Texas Health Resources nurse leaders.
Joan Clark, Texas Health Resources chief nursing executive, was interviewed on Texas Health’s programs to recruit and help retain nurses.
Cole Edmonson, Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital Dallas chief nursing officer, discussed a regional effort to implement recommendations of an Institute of Medicine report on the future of nursing.
Kathy Baker, research consultant and clinical nurse specialist at Texas Health Arlington Memorial Hospital, was named a fellow of the American Academy of Nursing. She is one of 1,500 fellows out of roughly 3 million nurses nationwide.
Texas Health Kaufman in Kaufman Herald
Dr. Jeff Butterfield, the new medical director of emergency medicine at Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital Kaufman, was featured in a front-page story in the Jan. 13 edition of The Kaufman Herald. A photo of the hospital’s ER staff included Butterfield, along with ER staff Trish Kermode, L.V.N., Steve McFarland, R.N., Collien McNair, R.N. and Mike Crawford, R.N.
Texas Health Fort Worth in Healthcare Financial Management
Lillie Biggins, senior vice president of operations at Texas Health Harris Methodist Hospital Fort Worth, was interviewed by Healthcare Financial Management magazine in a story that discussed how hospitals effectively work with physicians on reducing costs with implants and achieving substantial savings.
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