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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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Business

Leslie Stemmons Tamed the Trinity River

I-35 E in Dallas is named for the real estate developer that helped make the Design District possible.
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Health Systems

Study: North Texas Hospitals Have a $38.4 Billion Economic Impact

Meanwhile, more than half of all hospitals nationwide will have a negative margin this year.
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Surgery

Colleagues of Anesthesiologist Accused of Tampering With IV Bags Testify They Were ‘Terrified’ of Him

A federal judged ordered that Dr. Raynaldo Ortiz be detained before trial because of fears that he would intimidate or injure witnesses. Ortiz is accused of tampering with IV bags that caused one death and at least a dozen adverse cardiac complications.
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Health Systems

DFW’s Safest Hospital System

Leapfrog's latest safety grades reveal which hospitals prevent medical errors.
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Public Health

Explaining This Year’s ‘Extraordinary’ RSV Numbers

The pandemic has turned the normal respiratory virus season on its head.

Stories by Will Maddox

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Pharmaceuticals

Meet North Texas’ Award-Winning Pharmacy Influencer

Sue Ojageer wants her patients and audience to be advocates for their own health.
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Physicians

Renowned Pediatric Surgeon Dr. David Genecov Dies at 59

The widely published physician was an international leader in his field and successful biotechnology entrepreneur.
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Health Systems

First Look: Cook Children’s Prosper Pediatric Hospital

The 24-bed facility will add to Cook Children's 23-acre medical campus.
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Pharmaceuticals

St. Vincent de Paul and the Power of Free Medicine

The nonprofit's free pharmacy is partnering with clinics across North Texas to improve medication adherence and outcomes.