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At Parkland Health, the End of Subjective Surgery

Artificial intelligence is helping trauma surgery teams make data-based decisions about when to operate at Dallas County's safety net hospital.
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The Nurses Who Stood Up to Parkland Health and Won

The Dallas County safety net health system sued the nurses to obtain thousands of dollars after the nurses didn't fulfill their full contract.
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North Texas’ Five Top Performing Maternity Care Hospitals

The recognized facilities have lower C-section and newborn complication rates than other hospitals in the survey.
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North Texas Hospitals Are Getting Safer

The Leapfrog Group's latest rankings gave 21 area hospitals the top safety grade.
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Parkland Health Names Street for Dr. John Wesley Anderson and Take Command Secures $25M in Funding

Plus, recognition for UNTHSC's nursing dean and a UTSW molecular biology professor.
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Pride or Problem? Parkland Health Was Again the Busiest Emergency Department in the Country

The Dallas County safety net hospital saw more than 220,000 visits in 2022. Is that a good thing?
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Dallas-based Pieces Technologies’ and the ‘iPhone Moment’ for Healthcare AI

Pieces' platform has completed 1 million autonomously generated clinical summaries with its health system partners and is coming to Children's Health next month.
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Healthcare-Associated Infections Are on the Rise. How Do DFW Hospitals Compare?

The Leapfrog Group's 2023 hospital safety grades revealed a continued spike in healthcare-associated infections.
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UTSW and Parkland’s Award-Winning Maternal Health Initiative

Since launching in 2020, the program has helped more than 3,000 women in southern Dallas County.
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DFW Poised for Outpatient Services Explosion

Demographic patterns, patient desires, and healthcare trends are tailwinds for outpatient growth.
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