Worker shortages are forcing local employers to get creative. Healthcare provider solutions may serve as a model for all industries.
A city pilot program found that nearly half of the people who received free menstrual products at libraries and other public buildings had reported missing work or school because they didn’t have access to those items. Dallas wants to change that.
Dr. Alex Oshmyansky is the brains behind the Mark Cuban Cost Plus Drug Company. It has huge ambitions, but if you get to know the doctor, changing how pharmaceuticals are produced and delivered won’t seem so impossible.
Four other North Texas healthcare companies ranked among the top 150 on the prestigious Inc. 5000 list.
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The county made it official that it “honors the right of pregnant persons to bodily autonomy and control over their private medical decisions and the protection of the patient-doctor relationship.” But it doesn’t do much else.
Federal legislation mandates that patients have immediate access to all their medical records. Some physicians are beginning to push back.