Children’s Hospital San Antonio. Baylor College of Medicine and Texas Children’s Hospital form South Texas Pediatric Partnership
By Editor on March 5, 2013
Three Texas hospital systems will collaborate to ensure children of San Antonio and South Texas now will have access to world-class pediatric care.
Posted in Central Texas, Featured | Tagged Baylor College of Medicine, children, Christus Santa Rosa Health System, hospitals, pediatric, Texas Children's Hospital, University of Texas San Antonio | Leave a response
By Editor on September 20, 2012
Leah Perkins final got to go home. The smallest sextuplet of parents Lauren and David Perkins made a special homecoming earlier this week as she was discharged from Texas Children’s Pavilion for Women after a four and one half month stay in the neonatal intensive care unit (NICU). The proud parents took Leah home to join her five brothers and sisters.
By Editor on August 22, 2012
Each year ReviveHealth, a hospital public relations firm in Santa Barbara, Calif., asks hospitals to name the most problematic payers. This year’s loser: WellPoint
By Editor on July 18, 2012
U.S. News & World Report’s list of Best Hospitals for 2012-13 includes two Seton Healthcare Family hospitals, Seton Medical Center Austin and University Medical Center Brackenridge rank No. 1 and No. 2 among 32 acute care hospitals for adults in the Austin metro area.
Posted in Central Texas, Featured, National Health News | Tagged Dell Children's Medical Center, Health News Texas, hospitals, Seton Healthcare Family, Seton Medical Center Austin, U.S. News & World Report’s list of Best Hospitals for 2012-13, University Medical Center Brackenridge | Leave a response
By Editor on July 2, 2012
As you consider treatment facilities for your child, keep the nation’s 10 best children’s hospitals in mind.
Letters To The Editor of Kaiser Health News: Thoughts On Migrant Health, High-Deductible Health Plans, and More
By Editor on June 28, 2012
“Fear Keeps Migrants From Getting Health Care,” brings into focus a simple fact: in today’s global world, disease does not discriminate among populations, nor recognize national borders.
Posted in Featured, National Health News | Tagged DELIVERY OF CARE, HEALTH COSTS, Health News Texas, High-Deductible Health Plans, hospitals, Kaiser Health News, Migrant Health, TOPICS | Leave a response
By Editor on June 6, 2012
There are numerous health concerns children face in the world today. Health issues that include: ADHD, cancer, arthritis, allergies, pulmonary, autism and orthopedic. Houson’s Texas Children’s Hospital has once again been named as a national leader among pediatric hospitals in treating children for these and other medical issues faced by Texas children.
By Editor on June 4, 2012
As more doctors and hospitals go digital with medical records, the size and frequency of data breaches are alarming privacy advocates and public health officials.
By Editor on April 10, 2012
Memorial Hermann Hospital System of Houston and Methodist Hospital of San Antonio sat a the top of the TMF Health Quality Institute Health Care Quality Improvement Award by achieving gains in key clinical areas designated as national health care priorities.
Posted in Featured, Health News Texas | Tagged clinical anational health care, Health Care Quality, Health News Texas, hospitals, Memorial Hermann Hospital System, Methodist Hospital, Texas, TMF Health Quality Institute | Leave a response
By Editor on March 29, 2012
Medicare’s largest effort to pay hospitals based on how they perform — an inspiration for key parts of the health care law — did not lead to fewer deaths, a new study has found.
Posted in Featured, Research & Education | Tagged Harvard School of Public Health, Health News Texas, HEALTH REFORM, hospitals, Kaiser Health News, Medicare, Medicare Premier Hospital Quality Incentive Demonstration, QUALITY | Leave a response