2 Orlando Hospitals Won't Bill Pulse Nightclub Shooting Victims The Orlando hospitals that treated dozens of people injured in the Pulse nightclub massacre are not billing survivors for out-of-pocket medical expenses.
Poll Shows Young Americans Favor LGBT RightsAccording to a new poll, young people in America overwhelmingly support LGBT rights when it comes to policies on employment, healthcare and adoption. But few of these people consider this to be a top issue facing the country.
Coloring For ComfortBaylor Scott & White in Plano helps employees alleviate stress by coloring.
Trump To Spell Out Veteran Healthcare ProposalDonald Trump will deliver a speech on veteran healthcare reform on Monday, his latest in a series of remarks aimed at articulating his policy agenda and convincing Republicans that he can mount a credible bid against Hillary Clinton.
Parkland's Budget Crunch: The Pocketbook Cost Of Texas PoliticsDallas County’s healthcare safety net is now looking to make up a roughly $100 million budget shortfall—while some local leaders blame Texas politics for a stalemate that leaves both poor patients and taxpayers on the hook.
Smartphone Health: Apple Releases Software For Medical AppsApple is edging its way a little further into health care with the release of new iPhone apps that patients can use to manage their own medical conditions — from diabetes to pregnancy and even depression.
Significant Premium Hikes Expected Under Obama Health LawInsurers say the law's coverage has been a financial drain for many of them, and they're setting the stage for hikes that in some cases could reach well into the double digits.
Medicare's 'Innovation Center' Rebalancing Quality And CostThey work for the government and even their closest relatives have no idea what they do. It's not because they're spies or nuclear scientists, but because their jobs are so arcane: trying to reinvent Medicare to improve it, and maybe save taxpayers money.
Long A Niche, Street Medicine For Homeless Heads MainstreamThey're house calls without the house. North Texas healthcare workers are among those practicing "street medicine," a tiny health care niche that advocates predict will become more mainstream as hospitals and health care systems seek to cut costs.
Dallas Doctor Could Face 70 Years In Jail For Billing ScamAn anesthesiologist from Dallas faces up to 70 years in prison for a $10 million healthcare billing scam and procedures which he did not perform. Dr. Richard Toussaint Jr. was convicted on Thursday night.
Two North Texas Men Charged In $65M Military Health Care Fraud SchemeTwo North Texas men have been indicted and arrested for a huge scheme to defraud the military healthcare system.
President Obama Sends Congress Record $4.1 Trillion 2017 Spending PlanPresident Barack Obama is sending Congress his eighth and final budget, proposing to spend a record $4.1 trillion on a number of initiatives.