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Will Maddox

Will Maddox

Managing Editor, D CEO Healthcare Editor , D CEO

Will is the managing editor for D CEO magazine and the editor of D CEO Healthcare. He's written about healthcare fraud, Texas’ slow march toward marijuana legalization, and the future of healthcare in North Texas.

Stories by Will Maddox

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Health & Wellness

Collin County Is the Healthiest Community in Texas

U.S. News and World Report's latest rankings show that the suburbs are healthier than the cities.
Children's Medical Center
Health Systems

Judge Removes Attorney General From Children’s Health Pediatric Transgender Care Case

The children's hospital is being sued by an endocrinologist who believes she is being prevented from offering the standard of care for pediatric transgender patients.
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News

DFW Healthcare Brief: Why Axxess Is Offering Free Training and Medical City Fort Worth’s First-in-the-State Acute Heart Failure Treatment

Plus a Defense Department grant for Scottish Rite for Children and Texas Health's heart care recognition.
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Lawsuits

Healthcare Wage-Fixing: How Two North Texas Lawyers Took on the Department of Justice and Won

The federal government went 0 for 2 in the first-of-their-kind criminal prosecutions.
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Pharmaceuticals

Why Mark Cuban Put His Name on a Drug Company

The Dallas Mavericks owner has launched and funded wildly successful ventures over the years. But this time, it’s not about the money.

Stories by Will Maddox

Texas Health Presbyterian Dallas
Health Systems

Texas Health Resources Names Five New Hospital Presidents

Promotion domino effect is sending executives across DFW to fill larger leadership roles.
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News

DFW Healthcare Brief: The ‘Best Orthopaedic Surgeons in Dallas’ and Texas Health’s Leadership Changes

Plus UTSW and Scottish Rite for Children's mental health research and C-suite changes at Oceans Healthcare.
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Health Systems

‘Inevitable Change Is Afoot:’ A Conversation With UT Dallas Healthcare Management Professor Britt Berrett

The former hospital CEO believes the healthcare industry could benefit from more business discipline.
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Insurance & Benefits

Texas’ Uninsured Problem Is About to Get Worse

The end of the public health emergency could spell trouble for those who have qualified for Medicaid coverage during the pandemic.
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Diversity

Dallas Is Ground Zero for Empowering and Employing the Neurodivergent Workforce

EY's program began here and views neurodiversity as a strength, not a box to check.