Posts Tagged ‘North Texas hospitals’

Guests from Children’s Health and Women’s Health Services highlight “The Human Side of Health Care”

Episode 27 of the DFW Hospital Council’s weekly radio program “The Human Side of Health Care” was broadcast yesterday on KRLD 1080 AM. The discussion included the COVID-19 prevention and women’s health services. Guests included: • Jason Isham, Director Integrated Behavioral Health, Children’s Health; • Dr. Sheri Puffer, OBGYN, Women’s Health Services; • and Pat […]

Guests from Texas Health and Methodist highlight “The Human Side of Health Care”

Episode 26 of the DFW Hospital Council’s weekly radio program “The Human Side of Health Care” was broadcast yesterday on KRLD 1080 AM. The discussion included the recent impact of innovative technologies in health care and the ongoing struggles to promote opioid alternatives. Guests included: • Winjie Tang Miao, Senior Executive VP and Chief Experience […]

Guests from Texas Scottish Rite and Texas Health highlight yesterday’s “Human Side of Health Care”

Episode 25 of the DFW Hospital Council’s weekly radio program “The Human Side of Health Care” was broadcast yesterday on KRLD 1080 AM. The discussion included a groundbreaking new hospital program “Unconditional Positive Regard” and nurse navigation during COVID-19. Guests included: • Ashleigh Kinney, Director of Patient Experience, Texas Scottish Rite Hospital for Children; • […]

Guests from Baylor S&W and Texas Health highlight yesterday’s “Human Side of Health Care”

Episode 24 of the DFW Hospital Council’s weekly radio program “The Human Side of Health Care” was broadcast yesterday on KRLD 1080 AM. The discussion included the re-opening of hospital services during COVID-19 and an innovative hip and knee replacement program allowing residents to live a pain-free lifestyle. Guests included: • Mike Sanborn, President, Baylor […]

Guests from Baylor S&W, Medical City and TSRHC highlight yesterday’s “Human Side of Health Care”

Episode 23 of the DFW Hospital Council’s weekly radio program “The Human Side of Health Care” was broadcast yesterday on KRLD 1080 AM. The discussion included available COVID-19 resources and a “Work Return” program developed in North Texas that has been implemented across the U.S. Guests included: • Dr. Ann Warren, Co-director Trauma Research, Baylor […]

Methodist, Baylor Scott & White and SW Transplant guests highlight “Human Side of Health Care”

Episode 22 of the DFW Hospital Council’s weekly radio program “The Human Side of Health Care” was broadcast Sunday on KRLD 1080 AM. The discussion included changes in trauma care during these trying times and local teamwork involving organ donations and surgeries. Guests included: • Patti Niles, President/CEO, Southwest Transplant Alliance; • Dr. Darryl Amos, […]

Guests from Baylor Scott & White, UT Dallas highlight “The Human Side of Health Care”

Episode 21 of the DFW Hospital Council’s weekly radio program “The Human Side of Health Care” was broadcast Sunday on KRLD 1080 AM. The discussion included a COVID-19 financial forecast in North Texas and the recent phenomenon of local residents’ fear of calling 9-1-1. Guests included: • John McCracken, Clinical Professor of Healthcare Management at […]

Guests from Prism Health and Texas Scottish Rite highlight “The Human Side of Health Care”

Episode 20 of the DFW Hospital Council’s weekly radio program “The Human Side of Health Care” was broadcast Sunday on KRLD 1080 AM. The discussion included the “new normal” as businesses begin to reopen in the community, hospital safety measures and a world-renown dyslexia program. Guests included: • Dr. John Carlo, Physician CEO at Prism […]

Guests from JPS and UTSW highlight “The Human Side of Health Care”

Episode 19 of the DFW Hospital Council’s weekly radio program “The Human Side of Health Care” was broadcast Sunday on KRLD 1080 AM. The discussion included the recent phenomenon of a dramatic decrease in 9-1-1 calls due to fear of COVID-19. The drop in calls has caused an increase in heart attack and stroke fatalities […]

Data shows alarming 9-1-1 trends for EMS calls during COVID-19 pandemic

MedStar dropped a press release this week detailing the continue of alarming trends during the COVID-19 pandemic preventing people from calling 9-1-1. Simply put – residents are scared to death! Statistics for cardiac arrest are trending in an unhealthy direction, with an increase in residents having died at the scene and decreases in treatment for […]