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Policy

As Mississippi Nears Medicaid Expansion, Could Texas Be Next?

An Episcopal Health Foundation study found that Texas loses $7 billion in healthcare and lost productivity costs each year due to health disparities.
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News

DFWHC’s Steve Love Named Chair-Elect of Irving Chamber and Medical City Again Wins ‘Best Place to Have a Baby’

Plus Red River Hospital's New CEO and Texas Recognized by Fortune as Best Place to Work.
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Healthcare

The Local Hospital Using Heat to Treat Cancer

First Baptist Medical Center is one of the only places in the country offering the innovative treatment.
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Healthcare

How Lantern Pharma’s AI Is Changing the Game

The precision oncology medicine company guided three drugs in the trial pipeline with uncommon efficiency.
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Crime

Irving Man Sentenced for $7 Million COVID Testing Fraud

After being charged in 2022 and pleading guilty last fall, Terrance Barnard was sentenced to seven years for defrauding private insurers with stolen patient data.
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Dallas 500

Meet the Dallas 500: Robert Walker, Scottish Rite for Children

The hospital president and CEO shares how he developed his work ethic, how he spends his free time, and what he sees in store for the health system.
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News

Dr. Raynaldo Ortiz’s IV Tampering Trial Begins and Tenet Sells Six More Hospitals

Plus Steward's Sells Physician Group, Southern Dallas hospital housing question, and more.
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Healthcare

The ‘Wild West’ of Hospital Charity and the DFW System Recognized for its Community Investment

The Lown Institute recognized CHRISTUS Health as one of the systems with the greatest meaningful community investment.
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Healthcare

UNTHSC’s New Nursing Degrees to Focus on Entrepreneurship and Leadership 

The Fort Worth health center added two new degree programs last month after a Board of Regents vote to address the nursing shortage. 
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Law

The Local Firm Leading the RICO Case Against Dozens of New York Healthcare Defendants

The Willis Law Group is representing a plaintiff claiming that New York construction workers are faking falls and making money for providers, medical facilities, and lawyers.
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