Memorial Hermann Health System
Though many Americans face long waits for liver transplants, some hospitals perform the operations on wealthy patients from overseas.
The Graduate Nurse Education Demonstration program funded by CMS offers a potential road map for narrowing the primary care gap.
It took a shell-shocking adverse event at two of the nation’s leading health systems to put a spotlight on the need to improve safety culture.
In addition to damaging to homes and businesses, Hurricane Harvey could lead to significant financial losses for some hospitals and health systems.
Houston hospitals are relying on their IT infrastructure to maintain access to medical records and manage patient care in the aftermath of Hurricane Harvey.
The U.S. Department of Health and Human Service is setting up a medical shelter in Houston to provide care to thousands of displaced residents.
Health and Human Services Secretary Tom Price has declared a public health emergency in Texas in the aftermath of Hurricane Harvey.
In the wake of Benjamin Chu’s sudden departure in June after a year as CEO, five more executives have announced plans to leave the system.
Several health systems in Texas are exploring direct-to-consumer telemedicine offerings following passage of a new law that expands virtual treatment.
Michael Covert, CEO of CHI St. Luke’s Health in Houston, a member of the Catholic Health Initiatives system, resigned earlier this week.