Posts Tagged ‘Texas Health Resources’

Second Annual IQSC Data Summit is on the home stretch!

The DFW Hospital Council Foundation Information and Quality Services Center’s (IQSC) Second Annual Data Summit is on the home stretch today at Texas Scottish Rite Hospital for Children in Dallas. Highlights today have included Vikas Chowdhry of the Parkland Center for Clinical Innovation discussing “Show Me the Value!” A discussion prior to lunch detailed “Hospital […]

Agenda released for Nov. 6 IQSC Data Summit

The official agenda has been released to the DFW Hospital Council (DFWHC) Foundation Information and Quality Services Center’s (IQSC) Second Annual Data Summit on November 6 at Texas Scottish Rite Hospital for Children in Dallas. This year’s event is themed “Analytics to Action!,” with 11 speakers, six sessions and more than 15 hospital abstracts detailing […]

Promo tapings for DFWHC-sponsored “I’m Listening” radio program begin today

Radio promos began taping today in advance of the September 9 two-hour broadcast “I’m Listening,” a program to inspire community awareness on depression while highlighting the start of National Suicide Prevention Week. The event is sponsored locally by the Dallas-Fort Worth Hospital Council (DFWHC) in a continuation of its 2018 mental health and substance misuse […]

DFWHC to sponsor Sept. 9 broadcast detailing depression awareness and suicide prevention

Mark your calendars and set your radio dials for the September 9 two-hour broadcast “I’m Listening,” a program to inspire community awareness on depression while highlighting the start of National Suicide Prevention Week. The event is sponsored locally by the Dallas-Fort Worth Hospital Council (DFWHC) in a continuation of its 2018 mental health and substance […]

Patient Safety Summit concludes with a two-day total of 350 attendees

Day two of the DFW Hospital Council (DFWHC) Foundation’s 11th Annual Patient Safety Summit closed out today at the Arlington Convention Center with more than 350 total attendees participating. Speakers today included Dave Dravecky, cancer survivor and former MLB pitcher for the San Francisco Giants discussing “Teamwork and Resilience,” Coleen Smith, director of high reliability […]

Foundation to participate in “Smart Justice” program

Blog by Kristin Jenkins, President of the DFWHC Foundation “Vision is the art of seeing what is invisible to others.” – Jonathan Swift The numbers make the issue obvious, but they are still hard to believe. Twenty to 25 percent of people in Texas county jails are diagnosed with mental illness, with annual costs to […]

Oliveros and Kinney to chair Community Health Collaborative

The DFW Hospital Council (DFWHC) Foundation hosted a North Texas Community Health Collaborative Board Meeting on March 21 at its headquarters in Irving to discuss strategic priorities for 2018. The board selected Catherine Oliveros, vice president of community health improvement at Texas Health Resources, as chair and Ashleigh Kinney, director of family services and child […]

Leadership North Texas Health Day underway

The North Texas Commission’s Leadership North Texas Class 9 Health Day kicked off this morning at Texas Health Harris Methodist Hospital in Fort Worth. The theme for this year’s event is “The Social Determinants of Health,” with 14 speakers and six sessions. DFW Hospital Council (DFWHC) President/CEO W. Stephen Love provided a federal and state […]

Foundation provides training detail on recent TWC Grant

Presenting information on the Texas Workforce Commission Skills Development Fund, DFW Hospital Council Foundation President Kristin Jenkins and Foundation Workforce Director Sally Williams discussed training details with an audience of 20 representatives on December 7 at the United Way offices in Dallas. The forum was held in coordination with grant partners Medical City Healthcare and […]

Foundation hosts first Health Literacy meeting

The DFW Hospital Council Foundation hosted its first Health Literacy Collaborative Committee meeting on October 23 at its main offices in Irving. The forum was attended by 22 people representing hospitals and schools in North Texas. The Committee was created for the purpose of inspiring a health literate culture in North Texas with a goal […]