North Texas Hospital Pioneers Use of 7‑Foot‑Tall Hologram To ‘Teleport’ Doctors

by | May 30, 2024
Lancaster's Crescent Regional Hospital said its first-in-U.S. integration of tech from Netherlands-based Holoconnects will enable doctors to "teleport" as a life-size 3D hologram and connect with patients in real time. It's just one way Crescent Regional aims to be "the hospital of the future."
Dallas County Medical Society Names New Chief Financial Officer
by | Aug 4, 2023

Gabriela Uquillas has been selected as the new chief financial officer of the Dallas County Medical Society (DCMS), becoming just the third CFO in the 147-year history of society,

Her appointment comes after a search led by Tuft & Associates Inc.,...

COVID obesity study
STUDY: If You’re Obese, Being Young May Not Protect You From COVID-19, UTSW Researchers Find
by | Nov 17, 2020
People under age 50 are "more likely to be hospitalized, need a ventilator, and die from COVID-19 if they're severely obese," a new study says.
Caris Life Sciences Raises $310M to Continue Rapidly Growing in the Precision Medicine Market
by | Oct 27, 2020
The growth capital will allow Caris to advance its position as a leading tumor profiling company that aims to reinvent cancer care.

CallisonRTKL Collaborates With Patriot on PODS Isolation Units for COVID-19 Patients

by | Jul 1, 2020
Dallas-based CRTKL SVP Jim Henry is leading the firm's COVID-19 recovery efforts out of Dallas. PODS containers are being repurposed into self-contained rooms with hospital beds that could be used for COVID-19 patients.
Workforce Wellness: Dallas’ Catapult Health Launches a New Program That Brings Virtual Checkups Home
by | Jun 25, 2020
The clinically based Virtual Checkup program gives employers with remote workforces and satellite locations a new option of preventive care for employees.
Q+A: HollerDoc Wants to ‘Put Health Care Back into the Patients’ Hands’
by | Feb 16, 2018
Nick Qureshi and co-founder Emad Siddiqui created the HollerDoc app to take advantage of the telemedicine trend as well as offer patients and physicians a way to connect virtually or even by in-person house calls.
Next Generation of Care: Universities Find New Ways to Shape Future Caregivers
by | Nov 22, 2017
Fort Worth's new medical school will place emphasis on patients and business while a new program from Texas A&M will combine engineering and health care.