Texas Health’s Marx featured in Fort Worth Business Press|
Texas Health’s Marx featured in Fort Worth Business Press
This week’s Fort Worth Business Press features the selection of Texas Health Resources Chief Information Officer Ed Marx for the 2013 John E. Gall Jr. CIO of the Year Award. The award, sponsored by two major national health IT organizations, recognizes health care IT executives who have made significant contributions to their organizations and demonstrated innovative leadership through the effective use of technology. Click here to see the recognition column.
Texas Health Arlington Memorial’s Dr. Hardesty on KERA
Dr. Glenn Hardesty, emergency medicine physician on the medical staff at Texas Health Arlington Memorial Hospital, was interviewed this morning on KERA (90.1 FM). Hardesty discussed the FDA’s recent decision to recommend doctors not prescribe combination drugs with more than 325 milligrams of acetaminophen. According to medical experts, too much acetaminophen can lead to possible liver damage. Click here to listen to the interview.
Texas Health Arlington Memorial’s Dr. Bhayani in Los Angeles Times
Dr. Nikhil Bhayani, infectious disease specialist on the medical staff at Texas Health Arlington Memorial Hospital, appeared in today’s Los Angeles Times. He discussed the health concerns and precautions individuals need to keep in mind during a hotel stay. Click here to read the article.
Texas Health Physicians Group’s Dr. Duhaney featured in The Dallas Morning News
Dr. Robert Duhaney, internist at Internal Medicine of Addison, a Texas Health Physicians Group practice, was featured in an article that appeared in the Jan. 24 print edition of The Dallas Morning News’ NeighborsGo Plano/Murphy/Wylie section. Duhaney discussed the essential ingredients for living a healthy lifestyle, including proper diet and exercise, as city employees in Plano begin today an eight-week wellness challenge called “Live Healthy Plano.” Click here to read the column posted at DallasNews.com.
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