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DFW Healthcare Brief: The ‘Best Orthopaedic Surgeons in Dallas’ and Texas Health’s Leadership Changes

Plus UTSW and Scottish Rite for Children's mental health research and C-suite changes at Oceans Healthcare.
Health Systems

‘Inevitable Change Is Afoot’: A Conversation With UT Dallas Healthcare Management Professor Britt Berrett

The former hospital CEO explains how hospitals come up with their prices and why those prices are changing.
Insurance & Benefits

Texas’ Uninsured Problem Is About to Get Worse

The end of the public health emergency could spell trouble for those who have qualified for Medicaid coverage during the pandemic.

Dallas Is Ground Zero for Empowering and Employing the Neurodivergent Workforce

EY's program began here and views neurodiversity as a strength, not a box to check.

Happening Now: The Encompass Health v. April Anthony Trial

The post-acute care company is suing one of its former leaders for allegedly violating her non-compete agreement.



Meet the Doctor Leading Baylor Scott & White Health’s Clinical Innovation

The internal move will allow Baylor's top physician executive to focus on innovation and education.
Children's Medical Center
Health Systems

Children’s Medical Center Is the Highest Ranked Hospital in North Texas by U.S News and World Report for the Fifth Consecutive Year

Children's Health was nationally ranked in all ten specialties and was the second ranked children's hospital in the southwest.
By Carla McCanna

DFW Healthcare Brief: Medical City Dallas Best for Maternity and UTSW’s Top Medical School Honor

Plus Project Access Tarrant County and Texas Health Physicians Group honored and more.

In Healthcare, LGBTQ Representation Can Make All the Difference

Many in the LGBTQ+ community are worried about where things are going, but providers want to focus on protecting the doctor-patient relationship.
telehealth clinic
Expert Opinions

Pandemic Plus: More than 28 Million Seniors Using Telehealth

A new report from the Department of Health and Human Services describes how the elderly are adopting new technology.
By Steve Love