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Dallas History

Tracing What Came Before and After Roe v. Wade

Journalist Joshua Prager used a simple question to form the basis of his new book, The Family Roe: An American Story : what happened to the baby at the center of the case?
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Coronavirus

North Texas Hospitals Brace for Omicron

But there may be an endemic silver lining to the wave that’s coming.
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Healthcare

Hurdles Remain in Solving North Texas’ Labor Shortage

An immigration expert weighs in about the challenges employers are facing and how they are coping.
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Awards

Children’s Health’s Mission to Save Dallas’ Children

Innovative partnerships in behavioral health and underserved areas are helping the health system have an impact where it’s needed most.
John Carlo, Dr. Phil Huang
Awards

Scenes from D CEO’s Excellence in Healthcare Awards 2021

Held at On The Levee in Dallas’ Design District, the event honored 59 organizations and individuals and announced winners in 15 categories.

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Healthcare

Mayor Eric Johnson Has COVID

Let's continue to be careful out there.
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Architecture & Design

3 Law Office Design Trends

Dallas-based Perkins&Will Corporate Interiors Principal Anne Kniffen on how the legal workplace is changing.
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Health & Medicine

Primary Care Physicians May Provide the Answer to Increasing Costs and Depersonalization

We talked to four primary care providers to learn of their hopes, fears, and predictions about the future of medicine.
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Features

The Hospital of Tomorrow Is Coming to North Texas

AI diagnostics, hospital flexibility, wearables, and shorter hospital stays are on their way to your local hospital.
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Features

CEO Perspectives: The Pandemic’s Impact On Texas Health Systems

Eighteen months after COVID-19 began wreaking havoc, North Texas healthcare CEOs share how their experiences battling the disease have changed their organizations.