Texas Health Resources in Dallas Business Journal|
Texas Health Resources in Dallas Business Journal
The July 15 Dallas Business Journal included an opinion piece on the electronic health record’s role in coordinating care by Dr. Michael Stoltz, president of Texas Health Physicians Group, and Dr. Ted Wen, radiologist on the medical staff of Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital Plano, member of the Texas Health Resources Board of Trustees and chair of the Texas Health Physician Leadership Council.
The same edition of the Dallas Business Journal quoted Tom Dennis, vice president of service excellence for Texas Health Resources, in an article on the increased emphasis on patient satisfaction in hospital reimbursements.
Texas Health Fort Worth, Texas Health Ben Hogan Sports Medicine on KTVT-TV, WBAP-AM
Amy Goodson, registered dietitian at Texas Health Harris Methodist Hospital Fort Worth and Texas Health Ben Hogan Sports Medicine, was interviewed on KTVT-TV (Ch. 11) and WBAP-AM (820) in stories about proper hydration when exercising in the heat.
Texas Health Plano on KDAF-TV
KDAF-TV (Ch. 33) featured a story about how people who use Botox can face social difficulties because it is often more difficult to convey facial expressions after Botox injections. Max Nelson, clinical supervisor at The Seay Center at Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital Plano, was interviewed.
All About Life Radio to Spotlight Women’s Heart Health
This week's All About Life Radio show on KRLD-AM (1080) will focus on preventing cardiovascular disease in women. Host Dr. David Slater will be joined by Dr. Ken Adams, physical medicine and rehabilitation physician on the medical staff at Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital Dallas, and Dr. Clyde Sullivan, cardiologist on the medical staff at Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital Allen. Additionally, Dr. Julie Janich, pharmacist on the medical staff at Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital Plano, will discuss medication safety. Listen to All About Life Radio each Saturday at 10 a.m. on KRLD.
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