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Mental Health

How This Former Lawyer Is Transforming Addiction Treatment in North Texas

Enterhealth's residential treatment center offers a boutique option for residential treatment.
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News

DFW Healthcare Brief: Texas Health Frisco’s $23.6 Million Build Out and U.S. Dermatology Partners Launches Research Institute

Plus DFW Hospital Council's award winners and CPRIT's $2 million recruitment grant for a UTSW researcher.
University of North Texas
News

DFW Healthcare Brief: Nanoscope Therapeutics’ New HQ and Kindred Hospital’s New Rehab Unit

Plus Scottish Rite for Children's award, UNT's fungal drug research, and more.
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Insurance & Benefits

Blue Cross Leader: Southwestern Health Resources Dispute Is ‘Close to the Deadline and We’re Far Apart’

Texas Health Resources and UT Southwestern are asking for a $900 million increase in reimbursements over the next 32 months.

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Business

Meet Four of DFW’s Pharma Pioneers

From drug development to clinical trial infrastructure and delivery of services, these innovators are disrupting the region’s pharmaceutical market.
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D CEO Awards Finalists

Finalists Announced: D CEO’s 2022 Excellence in Healthcare Awards

Find out which individuals and organizations are being honored for making North Texas a leader in healthcare delivery.
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Physicians

Conversation With: Dr. Jim Walton on Leaving Genesis Physicians Group and What’s Next for Primary Care Doctors

"We need more integration with one another, and we have a profession where we've all been kind of trained to be cowboys," he says.
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Business

Roundtable: How North Texas Health Systems Are Weathering the Storm

Health system leaders from Baylor Scott & White Health, Children's Health, and Steward Health Care grapple with an industry that’s in flux while preparing for the future.
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Physicians

Survey: Dallas Patients Now Wait Three Weeks to See a Doctor

Dallas is still one of the better cities in the country regarding wait times, especially for dermatology.
By Chris Goodwin