CareView Communications Inc. of Lewisville has been awarded a GSA contract, allowing it to sell its video patient monitoring systems to VA and DOD hospitals.
Dallas-based developer Market Center Management Co. has suspended plans for its Nashville Medical Trade Center project.
Tenet Healthcare Corp.’s previously announced stock split took effect yesterday on the New York Stock Exchange.
Tarrant County hospital among those that received contaminated steroids.
MEDPac: Let geographic-based pay cuts for physicians proceed.
The FCC has a plan that could make wireless patient monitoring devices a reality.
Six Dallas healthcare professionals have been indicted for defrauding Medicare, as indicted defrauding Medicare part of a national investigation that involves 91 individuals.
Four North Texas leaders have been named to Becker’s Hospital Review’s “100 Women Hospital and Health System Leaders To Know.”
Four months after launching an organ-donation campaign in the United States, Facebook is taking the program to Canada and Mexico.
Meet the first female chief of the medical staff at Texas Health Harris Methodist Hospital Fort Worth.
Healthcare IT News ranks Dallas company No. 2 on its “Where to Work: Top IT Departments” list in the large hospitals category.
Tenet Healthcare’s S&P rating has been cut from ‘BB—’ to ‘B+.”
Cheryl McDonald, M.D. has become the first female chief of the medical staff at Texas Health Harris Methodist Hospital Fort Worth in the hospital’s 82-year history. McDonald, an infectious disease specialist, has been on the hospital’s medical staff since 1998, during which time she has served in numerous leadership roles, including secretary of the medical staff; chief, vice chief, and secretary of the medical staff’s internal medicine division; and chair of the quality assurance committee. “I’m honored to make history at Texas Health Fort Worth as the first female chief of staff, and look forward to serving such a dedicated… Full Story
Prime Healthcare Services has purchased Dallas Medical Center, a 155-bed full service acute-care hospital in Farmers Branch.
Three North Texas companies have made Modern Healthcare’s “Healthcare’s Hottest” list.
Two Dallas clinics have been awarded $500,000 in grants under the GE Foundation’s Developing Health initiative.
The Joint Commission has released its annual report of top performing hospitals as part of its Top Performers on Key Quality Measures program. This year, more than 30 North Texas hospitals made the cut.
According to a report issued by the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, fewer jobs were added to the payrolls of physician offices over the summer as a result of a still-lagging economy.
The Vant Group has announced that Dallas-bast Vant Holdings has become a majority shareholder in InPursuit Inc., a premier Dallas-based healthcare IT recruiting firm.
The Vant Group has announced that Dallas-bast Vant Holdings has become a majority shareholder in InPursuit Inc., a premier Dallas-based healthcare IT recruiting firm. As a result of this expansion and increased demand for healthcare industry professionals, the company is seeking IT healthcare recruiters.For more information about opportunities with InPursuit Inc., contact Alex Vantarakis at firstname.lastname@example.org. About the companies: • Vant Holdings (VH) was established in 1999 as a holding company to acquire and invest in B2B and B2C businesses with revenues from $500,000 to $10,000,000 located in the Dallas/Fort Worth Metroplex. VH has an interest in investing or working with start-up to… Full Story
Dallas-based Tenet Healthcare has released its 2011 corporate sustainability report, recognized by Global Report Initiative as meeting GRI’s Application Level C Guidelines. Click for a recap of the report.
Texas currently ranks tenth in obesity, but if the state can slim down by 5 percent it could reduce healthcare costs by more than $19 billion in 10 years.
For-profit systems in the second quarter of the year reported weak patient volume and the challenging operating environment is expected to persist, according to a report from Fitch Ratings.
Texas will shed more than 32,000 healthcare jobs next year if automatic Medicare cuts are enacted, according to a study by three major healthcare organizations. The report, funded by the American Hospital Association, the American Medical Association and the American Nurses Association, predicts that the 2 percent cuts to Medicare providers in January will cause as many as 766,000 health care and health-related jobs to vanish by 2021. The number of Texas healthcare jobs lost by 2021 was estimated to be nearly 50,000. Nearly 500,000 U.S. healthcare jobs would be lost during the first year of the automatic cuts, according… Full Story