Blog written by W. Stephen Love The Medicaid program was originally authorized by Title XIX of the Social Security Act Amendments of 1965, which was signed by President Lyndon B. Johnson. Today, Medicaid covers one in five low-income Americans as the majority of enrollees lack access to affordable health insurance. Each state administers the Medicaid… see full article
IMEG Corp. is one of the largest design consulting firms in the U.S. specializing in high-performing building systems, infrastructure, program management, and construction-related services. The firm has 1,200 dedicated personnel at offices in more than 40 locations, including Dallas, Austin, and San Antonio. IMEG provides all-inclusive engineering design and services in all market sectors and… see full article
Sponsored by: October 24, 2018 North Texas Speaker: David G. Vequist, IV, Ph.D. Founder/Director Center for Medical Tourism Research University of the Incarnate Word Topic: This cutting-edge research shows how medical tourism has a greater impact than traditional tourism and also achieves benefits to the community that may exceed other types of preferred economic development… see full article
October 24, 2018 Houston, Texas Speaker: Doris A. Taylor, PhD Director Texas Heart Institute Tour Guide: Camila Hochman Mendez, PhD Assistant Director, OR3 Texas Heart Institute Topic: Texas Heart Institute (THI) launched the Regenerative Medicine Research Lab (RMR) in 2012. Under the direction of Dr. Doris A. Taylor, the RMR team is primarily focused on… see full article
October 23, 2018 San Antonio, Texas Speaker: Michael Zucker, FACHE CEO and Co-Founder FetchMD Topic: Healthcare Consumerism….Why Now?
October 3, 2018 Austin, Texas Speaker: David G. Vequist, IV, Ph.D. Founder/Director Center for Medical Tourism Research University of the Incarnate Word Topic: This cutting-edge research shows how medical tourism has a greater impact than traditional tourism and also achieves benefits to the community that may exceed other types of preferred economic development activity that… see full article
September 26, 2018 North Texas Speaker: Sally A. Hurt-Deitch, RN, MSN, MHA, FACHE Chief Nursing Officer & VP of Patient Care Services Tenet Healthcare Corporation Topic: This presentation will take a look at healthcare in the past, present and future. Sally will also discuss current challenges and how we might address them… see full article
September 25, 2018 San Antonio, Texas Speaker: Sudha Seshadri, MD Director Glenn Biggs Institute for Alzheimer’s & Neurodegenerative Diseases UT Health San Antonio Topic: Taming the Alzheimer Tsunami: The Biggs Institute Approach to Prevention, Care and Cure of Memory Loss and Dementia
DALLAS– September 4, 2018 – KPN Health is pleased to announce its rebranding from KPN Health to KPN and its new logo and website. KPN’s new logo is designed to emphasize to ACOs, Healthcare Associations, Hospitals and Provider Networks, KPN’sKnowledge.Performance.Now. focus. Through its advisory services, KPN can serve as a “Trusted Advisor” to assist clients anticipate and plan for the evolving changes occurring in healthcare… see full article
September 12, 2018 Houston, Texas Speaker: Andrew Nerlinger, MD Partner Vesalius Ventures Topic: Dr. Nerlinger joins us to discuss evaluating early stage companies in the healthcare, telemedicine, and digital health space from a venture capital investment perspective.