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Texas Hospital Association



One Procedure, Two Prices: Is Site Neutrality the Next Healthcare Reform?

Advocates say it would save hundreds of billions of dollars, but hospitals argue that the change would reduce access.
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Health Systems

Nearly Ten Percent of Texas Hospitals Are at Risk of Closing

Meanwhile, almost half of all Texas hospitals have negative margins in 2022.

Panel: Innovations in Healthcare Delivery for At-Risk Populations

Experts from state government, academia, and providers discuss solutions for our most vulnerable.
Healthcare & Hospitals

Hospital Relief: Feds Drop Battle Over 1115 Waiver, but There Is ‘A Lot of Work to Be Done’

The on-again off-again saga for uncompensated care funding Texas reaches a conclusion.

DFW Healthcare Brief: Texas Hospital Association’s New President and Medical City’s Five Star Rating

Plus, an expansion of a federally qualified provider and Texas Health's conservation award.



Healthcare Brief (03/25/21)

Texas Health acquires Keller rehab hospital, survey says Texans are strongly for expanding Medicaid, and more.

How Hospitals Are Asking the Legislature To Enhance Insurance Coverage

The state is facing what could be a multi-billion dollar budget deficit, but the Texas Hospital Association is still prioritizing expanded coverage amid the pandemic.