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The Texas Medical Center Health Policy Institute offers eight ways the country can slash healthcare costs.
Texas hospitals' response to Hurricane Harvey reveals lessons that can help providers better prepare for wide-scale disasters.
Toby Hamilton's latest healthcare venture aims to bring networking and support to chief innovation and strategy officers.
Though many Americans face long waits for liver transplants, some hospitals perform the operations on wealthy patients from overseas.
A new survey finds that roughly 1 in every 5 physicians say their religious beliefs make them feel unprepared to provide care to homosexual patients.
Hurricane Harvey was one of the worst natural disasters in Texas' history, but past natural disasters created a response blueprint.
The Graduate Nurse Education Demonstration program funded by CMS offers a potential road map for narrowing the primary care gap.
While the country shifts to value-based care, a national survey found many doctors would actually prefer being paid a salary.
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.