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  • Texas Hospitals

    A magazine dedicated to the hospitals serving Texas.

Texas Hospitals is the magazine of the Texas Hospital Association. Published six times per year, Texas Hospitals focuses on THA-member hospitals/health systems and the issues they face. From articles about innovative products and services to in-depth pieces on current issues and trends, Texas Hospitals provides relevant information health care executives can use to help their hospitals.

Contact:
Anna Charnitski, editor, 512/465-1543

Articles from the January/February 2019 Issue

A New House in Texas: Is it a New Day for Health Care?

A New House in Texas: Is it a New Day for Health Care?

Political experts look at whether the outcome of the midterm elections could shepherd in opportunities to make bipartisan strides to improve health care in the state and what that could mean for hospitals.
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Hospital Leaders Take on Emotional Intelligence

Hospital Leaders Take on Emotional Intelligence

Over the last few decades, a new paradigm and understanding around what it takes to be a successful leader have arisen in American business. Hospital leaders weigh in on how emotional intelligence applies to the health care workforce.
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Preparing for the New CMS Price Transparency Requirement

Preparing for the New CMS Price Transparency Requirement

The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services’ new requirement that hospitals post standard prices online in a machine-readable format starting Jan. 1 is not as jarring as it first seems.
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Rounding

Rounding

What do the employees on the front lines of care in your hospital believe about health care today?
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Newsmakers

Texas health care leaders advancing in the industry.
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