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Texas Health Resources in Dallas Morning News
06/12/2012

Texas Health Resources in Dallas Morning News

June 12 editions of The Dallas Morning News included an article on the potential impact on area health care organizations of the U.S. Supreme Court’s impending ruling on the constitutionality of the 2010 Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act. The article included comments by Jon Scholl, chief strategy officer and executive vice president for Texas Health Resources.

Texas Health Hospitals in Star-Telegram

June 10 editions of the Star-Telegram reported that Texas Health Resources system hospitals earned Texas Health Care Quality Improvement Awards for gains in key clinical areas designated as national health care priorities. The column mentioned recognized Texas Health hospitals located in Tarrant County: Texas Health Arlington Memorial, Texas Health Azle, Texas Health Fort Worth and Texas Health HEB.

Texas Health Azle on News Websites, in Fort Worth Business Press

Bob Ellzey, FACHE, president of Texas Health Harris Methodist Hospital Azle, was quoted in articles featured on MarketWatch.com, Canada.com, Bioportfolio.com, StreetInsider.com, Biomedreports.com, and NewsMedical.net for the hospital receiving the High-value Healthcare Award from the Premier healthcare alliance.

The Fort Worth Business Press mentioned Texas Health Azle’s redesignation as a Level IV Trauma Center. The column also featured the recognition of Jamie Ball, R.N., Texas Health Azle intensive care nurse, as Employee of the Year by the Dallas Fort Worth Hospital Council Foundation.

Texas Health Alliance in Dallas Business Journal

Janette Angus, director of human resources for Texas Health Harris Methodist Hospital Alliance, was featured in the Dallas Business Journal’s Executive People on the Move section.

Texas Health Dallas in Dallas Morning News, on dallasnews.com

A recent story by Dallas Morning News business columnist Bob Miller mentioned the June 9 seminar held at Texas Health Resources University, located on the campus of Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital Dallas. The free Advanced Care Planning symposium was designed for people who are caring for sick or disabled loved ones.

Texas Health Dallas was mentioned in a dallasnews.com health blog post on June 11. The blog entry highlighted the Leapfrog grades of major Dallas hospitals. A story about the grades was also published on nbcdfw.com.

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