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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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Healthcare

DFW Is Home to the Fourth Fastest-Growing Private Healthcare Company in the Country

Four other North Texas healthcare companies ranked among the top 150 on the prestigious Inc. 5000 list.
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Physicians

Richardson Anesthesiologist Arrested for Tampering with IV Bags Implicated in Another Doctor’s Death

Dr. Raynaldo Ortiz Jr. allegedly complained to coworkers about past disciplinary action days before the patients suffered cardiac events during surgery.
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Healthcare Fraud

Denton Physician Pleads Guilty to Trafficking 370,000 Doses of Hydrocodone

The nursing home medical director faces up to 20 years in federal prison.

Stories by Will Maddox

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News

DFW Healthcare Brief: UNTHSC Officially Names New President and PCORI Approves $7 Million for UTSW Research

Plus Medical City's OBGYN awards and American Heart Association CEO's recognition.
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Physicians

Investigators Tie Cardiac Events at Baylor Surgicare to Tainted IV Bags

Dr. Raynaldo Ortiz Jr. was caught on camera placing IV bags outside the operating rooms prior to those patients having heart attacks and other “cardiac complications.”
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Business

DFW Is in the Midst of a Biotech Boom

With a steady supply of talented graduates and a business-friendly environment, the region’s biotech industry is starting to take off.
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Health Systems

Lawyer: Four Clients Sent to the ICU After Routine Operations at BSW Surgicare

A local lawyer is representing five patients who ended up in the ICU after routine surgeries at Baylor Scott & White Surgicare North Dallas.
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Mental Health

Dallas’ State Psychiatric Hospital Will Have 100 Pediatric Beds

Children's Health will partner with the state and UTSW to add to the region's mental health capacity.