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D Magazine Events

Scenes from D Magazine’s 2022 Best Dentists Celebration

Dallas’ best dentists were all smiles on July 27 when they gathered at Parkway for an exclusive evening to celebrate their accomplishments.
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Expert Opinions

Expert: How Hospitals Can Prepare for Supply Shortages

Determining what is critical, where the supplies are sourced, and inventory soft spots are essential to keeping a hospital running smoothly.
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News

DFW Healthcare Brief: McKesson and HCA Team Up for Cancer Research Joint Venture and Blue Cross’ Deal to Bundle Payments for Hip and Knee Replacements

Plus TimelyMD joins national college organization, UT Southwestern joins pediatric cancer, and Axxess' new chief people officer.
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Lawsuits

Judge: April Anthony ‘Sought to Act Clandestinely’ as She Left Encompass

Anthony was referred to as "Voldermort" and "the person that she shall not name" in communication with Encompass employees to avoid being detected, the judge found.

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Insurance & Benefits

How Are Texas Employers Handling a Post Roe v. Wade World?

Kanarys CEO Mandy Price discusses the questions organizations are asking to navigate reproductive health.
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Coronavirus

This Locally Developed Dashboard Could Revolutionize Public Health

The technology used for this COVID-19 community protection interactive map could be applied to any disease or condition, guiding resources for public health officials.
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Public Health

Texas Dichotomy: Top-Five for Business But Bottom-Ten for Healthcare

Two recent rankings demonstrate how the state is being pulled in opposite directions.
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News

DFW Healthcare Brief: Medical City Las Colinas’ New Chief Nursing Officer and UTSW Researcher’s $36 Million Award

Plus Texas Health Resources is a Healthy People Champion and UT Arlington professor's informatics recognition.
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Public Health

Demand for the Monkeypox Vaccine in Dallas Is Outpacing Supply

Dallas County accounts for 40 percent of all of Texas monkeypox cases, but the health department says it has nowhere near the vaccine supply to meet demand.