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Dallas Health Care Administrator Finds Success By Combining Passion With Advanced Degree

Sergio Mora, Texas State Representative with the Dallas Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services, discusses how he found his true passion in the health care field.


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Healthcare Bill Ruling Leads People To Double Check On Their Spending

The attention drawn from the Supreme Court’s ruling on the President Barack Obama’s healthcare bill is causing some people to take in account in what they spend on healthcare.


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Doctor Accused Of Historic Healthcare Scam Appears In Court

A federal magistrate in Dallas has ruled the Rockwall doctor accused of running the largest healthcare scam in the country must remain locked up in federal custody until after the outcome of his trial.



Parkland CEO Defends Not Releasing Taxpayer-Funded Performance Report

Parkland Hospital’s CEO Thursday defended the hospital board’s decision not to release a taxpayer-funded performance report from the New York health firm Alvarez & Marsal. “We don’t have anything to hide,” Dr. Thomas Royer told CBS 11 Thursday.


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Student Hospitalized After Attack At Grapevine School

An attack in a school hallway left a student so badly injured he had to be flown by helicopter to Parkland Hospital in Dallas.



Parkland Hospital Board Votes To Withhold Perks

Parkland Memorial Hospital’s board has voted to withhold perks from managers as it struggles to address patient-care deficiencies that threatened its federal funding.



Parkland Prevents Loss Of Medicare Funding

A Dallas hospital says it will enter into an agreement with a federal agency to avert the loss of millions of dollars in Medicare funding.



Parkland’s Private Meetings Raising Questions On Hospital Budget

Problems with taxpayer funded Parkland Hospital, remain shrouded in secrecy. That’s because many of the meetings to discuss how to fix the problems are happening behind closed doors, and that includes an emergency board meeting Wednesday.