How Meadows Is Diversifying Crisis Response in Texas
The mental health policy institute is supporting municipalities' launch of multi-disciplinary response teams for those in mental health crises.
Allen Harrison’s Unusual Path to Medical City President
How the biomedical engineer found his way to leading one of the largest health systems in North Texas.
Coryanne Ettiene’s Journey to Self Care
The Ettiene Market founder burned out and broke down. Then she tried everything to build herself back up.
Half of Texas Hospitals Lost Money in 2022, and ‘There Is No Single Bullet’ to Change the Trend
Tenet Healthcare's pre-tax operating revenue dropped 28 percent last year, part of a national trend that portends a difficult 2023 as well.
Price Opacity: North Texas Lags Behind State for Hospital Price Compliance
60 percent of statewide hospitals are considered "mostly compliant" by Texas 2036, but the region was much less compliant.
Federal Judge Rules in Favor of Providers in Wages Lawsuit Against Baylor Scott & White Health
The plaintiffs in the case allege that they were not given overtime pay even though they were paid as hourly employees.
The March Northward: Children’s Health’s Prosper Specialty Center Is Now Open
The three story, 30,000-square-foot center will offer sports medicine and other specialty services.
The End of Exchange Park at the New UTSW and Children’s Health Pediatric Campus
Minutes from a University of Texas Board of Regents meeting include a discussion of the demolition of the Paul M. Bass Administrative and Clinical Center and a pediatric outpatient cancer care building.
DFW Poised for Outpatient Services Explosion
Demographic patterns, patient desires, and healthcare trends are tailwinds for outpatient growth.
Arts & Entertainment
How the UNT Health Science Center Helps Artists and Performers Get Back on Stage
The Fort Worth clinic is offering free healthcare to creatives who are uninsured or have high deductibles. Doctors hope the effort raises awareness of a need that often goes ignored.