The Battle Against North Texas’ Medical Debt
Tarrant and Dallas counties are the top two in the nation for medical debt per capita.
Report: How Much Do Physicians Bill Each Year?
A report from AMN Healthcare shows that some medical professionals bill more than their physician counterparts.
Venture Capital’s Growing Interest in Texas’ Medtech Industry
A new report details how firms are shifting their investment strategies.
PPP Fraud: Healthcare Companies Are “Better Prepared” Than Most for Audits
With millions in PPP loans heading to healthcare companies, local expert Jay Dewald explains how healthcare organizations can stay on the right side of the law.
Elder Financial Abuse Is a ‘Virtual Pandemic,’ and on the Rise
Local fraud expert says incidences of elder financial exploitation are up 30 to 40 percent since the COVID-19 pandemic began.
Why Urgent Care is Ripe for Consolidation
Trinity Hunt Partners' move to partner with 16 urgent care clinics in Alabama is one of a number of moves for the growing sector.
Baylor Scott and White CFO Steps Down
Penny Cermak assumed the role of CFO 16 months ago, and leaves after eight years with the system.
Anna Stevens, CPA: Healthcare Needs to be Ready for a Federal Relief Audit
What should health care organizations be doing to prepare?
By Anna Stevens
Pandemic Fallout: Why Some Health Systems Had Layoffs, Others Did Not
Earlier bets on how to manage cash on hand, reimbursement contracts, payer mix, and the number of employed physicians all play a role.