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Texas Health Resources, Healthways in Fort Worth Business Press

Texas Health Resources, Healthways in Fort Worth Business Press

Media coverage of Texas Health Resources’ collaboration with Healthways on physician-directed population health initiatives continued with a story in the print edition of the Fort Worth Business Press. Click here to read the story. The initiative was also mentioned in The (Nashville) Tennessean.

Texas Health Resources, Laura W. Bush Institute on

Texas Health Resources’ collaboration with the Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center Laura W. Bush Institute for Women’s Health was featured on The initiative will leverage community involvement, education and research to empower women in the Dallas-Fort Worth area to take control of their health.

Texas Health Resources in Fort Worth Business Press

The Fort Worth Business Press mentioned that Computerworld recognized Texas Health Resources as a 2012 Computerworld Honors Laureate. Texas Health received the award for using Best Practice alerts in the system electronic health record to help reduce patients’ risk of getting blood clots during hospital stays.

Texas Health Plano on featured an item about Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital Plano’s upcoming May 8 Women’s Health Connection event that will be a Women’s Health Fair. Dr. Jeffrey Canose, FACHE, hospital president, and Mary Jo Dean, director of community relations, were quoted.

Texas Health Cleburne in Cleburne Times-Review

Four nurses from Texas Health Harris Methodist Hospital Cleburne were featured recently in the Cleburne Times-Review for recognition among the region’s “Great 100 Nurses” for 2012. The honorees are Beverly Barton, R.N.; Sheri Hammond, R.N., M.S.N., APRN ACNS-BC, CCRN; Adam Jobe, R.N., ACLS, TNCC, ENPC; and Amanda McDonald, R.N., B.S.N. Quoted in addition to the nurses were Texas Health CEO Doug Hawthorne and Texas Health Cleburne President Blake Kretz.

Texas Health Dallas in Magazine

Patricia A. Kelly, D.N.P., APRN, CNS, AOCN, a genomics consultant at Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital Dallas, was featured in an article in this month’s issue of magazine. The story highlighted advances in identifying and understanding inherited predispositions through genetic testing to prevent certain cancers, such as breast and ovarian.


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