Conversation With: Dr. James Andrews, The Renowned Surgeon Behind The New Pediatric Sports Program At Plano Children’s Hospital

Last month, Children’s Health System of Texas announced a new research and treatment facility for pediatric sports alongside the renowned surgeon Dr. James Andrews. The Children’s Health Andrews Institute for Orthopedics & Sports Medicine will offer pediatric-focused injury prevention, rehabilitation, and therapy. And with so many new families flocking to Collin County, the location will be much more easier than driving to Dallas for families with children who hurt themselves playing school sports. Get to know the nationally renowned surgeon behind the new program. Full Story

Conversation With: Parkland CFO John Moore Talks Ensuring System’s Financial Future

On Monday, D Healthcare Daily ran a Q&A feature with Parkland Health and Hospital System’s new chief financial officer, John Moore. Here’s the second part, in which we talk about broader themes that aren’t quite as immediately newsworthy: What are some of the things he’s noticed in his first eight weeks? What are his long-term goals for Parkland’s finances? Full Story

Q&A: Get To Know Parkland’s New CFO John Moore And Its New Financial Assistance Program

At the end of last year, Parkland named a new chief financial officer. John Moore moved from the Carolinas Health Care System and started at Dallas County’s public hospital on January 5. He’s been in the role coming up on two months. In the below interview, we discussed the new program, his past, and why Parkland was an appealing move. It has been edited for length and clarity. Full Story

Who Pays For The Uninsured Part 2: A Chat With Judge Jenkins, Steve Love, And Parkland CFO John Moore

This is the second part of a chat held last week at UT Southwestern’s William P. Clements Jr. University Hospital. County Judge Clay Jenkins, DFW Hospital Council President Steve Love, and Parkland Health & Hospital System CFO John Moore talked about who pays for the uninsured. Full Story

Conversation With, Part II: UTSW President Dr. Daniel K. Podolsky On The Future of Zale Lipshy

In the second part of our conversation, UTSW President Dr. Daniel K. Podolsky goes into more detail regarding the technology and workflow at new William P. Clements Jr. University Hospital as well as the future of the Zale Lipshy University Hospital, which will be transitioned into a dedicated center for neuroscience research and treatment. Full Story

Conversation With: Dr. Daniel K. Podolsky, UTSW President, Reflects On Clements Hospital

On December 6, UT Southwestern Medical Center opened the doors of the long-awaited William P. Clements Jr. University Hospital, a 12-story, W-shaped teaching facility that replaced the out-of-date and frequently at-capacity St. Paul University Hospital. In this wide-ranging Q&A, UTSW president Dr. Daniel K. Podolsky reflects on the planning process, what the hospital brings to the university and to Dallas, and what it means for future UTSW graduates. Full Story

Conversation With: Gary Brock, Baylor’s COO, Talks System’s Strategy

Gary Brock is president and chief operating officer of the North Texas Division of Baylor Scott & White Health. Brock will continue to provide critical operational strategy and oversight for the entire Baylor Scott & White North Texas operation. He shared his thoughts on the healthcare industry’s shift to consolidation as well as the nonprofit system’s expansion strategy. Full Story

Conversation With: Dr. Dan McCoy, CMO of Blue Cross Blue Shield of Texas

During the first enrollment period for the Affordable Care Act, more than 733,000 Texans signed up for health insurance under President Obama’s healthcare reform law. And of those, more than 55 percent—roughly 410,000— purchased plans through Blue Cross Blue Shield of Texas. The company’s chief medical officer discusses the first enrollment period and how its strategy has pivoted since. Full Story