Texas Health Resources in Healthcare Informatics|
Texas Health Resources in Healthcare Informatics
The July issue of Healthcare Informatics included an article on the challenges of reporting quality data under electronic health record meaningful use requirements. The article quoted Dr. Ferdinand Velasco, chief medical information officer for Texas Health Resources. Texas Health recently received $19.5 million in Medicare EHR incentive payments, one of the first health systems nationwide to receive the federal incentives.
Eight Texas Health hospitals on NeighborsGo.com
A story on eight Texas Health Resources hospitals receiving the Texas Ten Step award from the Department of State Health Services and the Texas Hospital Association was featured in a story on NeighborsGo.com. The story mentioned Texas Health hospitals: Allen, Arlington, Cleburne, Dallas, Fort Worth, HEB, Plano and Stephenville. The article quoted Joan Clark, D.N.P., R.N., NEA-BC, CENP, FACHE, FAAN, Texas Health chief nursing executive.
Texas Health Plano, Texas Health Springwood in Star-Telegram
The Seay Center at Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital Plano and Texas Health Springwood Hospital were featured in the Work Faces column in the Star-Telegram. The item highlighted Ramona Osburn being named administrative director of the Texas Health Seay Center at Plano and the promotions of Barbara Alderete and Scott Martin to managers over the Springwood Centers.
Texas Health Azle in Fort Worth Business Press
The health care business column in this week’s Fort Worth Business Press mentioned that Texas Health Harris Methodist Hospital Azle is now offering women’s gynecological services. Winjie Tang Miao, hospital president, was quoted.
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