What They're Watching: Anthony Haley
Kylie Walsh | May 24, 2017 | Texas
This morning I had the pleasure to speak to a retirement community home as their breakfast speaker. About 55 residents were there and I was explaining why hospitals were against the American Health Care Act even with the Amendments. Many of the people were very conservative and asked excellent questions
Stephen Love, president and CEO of the Dallas-Fort Worth Hospital Council, joins us in this edition of What They're Watching to discuss the Affordable Care Act and telemedicine in Texas. You know, we hear “repeal and replace.” We hear “repeal and restore.” We hear “repeal and repair.” You know, we
The Quality Texas Foundation has awarded Memorial Hermann Katy Hospital the Texas Award for Performance Excellence (TAPE). The prestigious award recognizes strong dedication to quality and high performance. "We are honored to be among the select group of organizations to achieve this distinction from the Quality Texas Foundation. Winning the
The Texas Senate today unanimously passed Senate Bill 2087 by Senator Kelly Hancock (R-North Richland Hills). This legislation provides flexibility for the state to create a high-risk pool or a reinsurance program, depending on upcoming federal action and guidance. "Obamacare has been a disaster from day one," said Sen. Hancock.
Texas Health Resources was named the Best Workplace in Health Care by Great Place to Work. Texas Health Resources is the largest faith-based, nonprofit health care delivery system in North Texas. Texas Health Resources has 24 acute-care and short-stay hospitals, 20 outpatient facilities and more than 250 other community access
David Mattax, the Commissioner for the Texas Department of Insurance, passed away this morning. Commissioner Mattax was 60 years old and died following a bout with cancer. Governor Greg Abbott gave us the following statement. “Today Cecilia and I mourn the loss of a friend, colleague, and distinguished public