Texas Health Resources in Health Care Media|
Texas Health Resources in Health Care Media
National health care media reported the agreement between Texas Health Resources and Methodist Health System to seek collaborative opportunities toward developing a multi-provider accountable care organization (ACO). Doug Hawthorne, Texas Health CEO, and Wendell Watson, Texas Health spokesperson, were quoted. Reports appeard on websites for HealthLeaders Media and Modern Healthcare.
Texas Health Resources on KTVT-TV, KRLD-AM
A story on the impact of traffic congestion on health care in North Texas included comments from Doug Hawthorne, CEO of Texas Health Resources. It aired on KTVT-TV (Ch. 11) and KRLD-AM (1080).
Texas Health Resources on 'Meaningful Use' Podcast
The second of two parts of a podcast by Dr. Ferdinand Velasco, Texas Health Resources chief medical information officer, was posted on healthsystemcio.com. The podcast discussed Texas Health’s recent attestation to the federal government that it has met “meaningful use” criteria for implementation and use of its electronic health record (EHR), making the system eligible for Medicare EHR incentive payments.
Texas Health Dallas on KRLD-AM
Dr. Gary Weinstein, pulmonologist on the medical staff and chief of pulmonology and medical director of the asthma management program at Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital Dallas, was interviewed on KRLD-AM (1080). He spoke about a new type of asthma treatment, called bronchial thermoplasty, that could give major relief to longtime asthma patients. Texas Health Dallas is the first hospital in North Texas to offer the treatment.
Texas Health Fort Worth in Star-Telegram
The Star-Telegram ran a story on healthy summertime eating habits that quoted Amy Goodson, registered sports dietitian at Texas Health Harris Methodist Hospital Fort Worth. The story originally appeared in The Dallas Morning News.
Texas Health Cleburne in Cleburne Times-Review
The Cleburne Times-Review featured a story about Texas Health Harris Methodist Hospital Cleburne Great 100 Nurse Ronda Dillard. Blake Kretz, FACHE, hospital president, and Cindy Plonien, chief nurse executive, were quoted.
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