Health & Fitness

Losing a job doesn’t have to mean losing health insurance

Dallas Business Journal (Health Care) 6/1 7:32A Dr. Paul Hain
In the wake of the Covid-19 pandemic, it is unfortunate that many Texans have lost their jobs and with it, their healthcare coverage. Since mid-March, more than 1.4 million Texans have filed for unemployment benefits, according to the Texas...

Expert: Expect mid-market health care M&A to surge after pandemic

Dallas Business Journal (Health Care) 6/1 3:02A Bill Hethcock
There has been a growing number of middle-market health care business mergers and acquisitions, and that trend will accelerate in North Texas and nationwide, according to a Dallas expert in health care law.

Abbott: Food courts can now reopen, waterparks are up next

Dallas Business Journal (Health Care) 5/26 1:58P Will Anderson
Gov. Greg Abbott took another step May 26 toward reopening the Texas economy, clearing the way for water parks and other businesses to resume operations. Here's how businesses are impacted by the regulations: • Driver education programs can...

Employers grapple with question as they reopen: To test or not to test?

Dallas Business Journal (Health Care) 5/26 1:49A Steve Eder, Ellen Gabler, Sarah
While public health experts and government officials have emphasized that widespread testing will be critical to reopening, there is little clear guidance from state and federal agencies on the role employers should play in detecting and tracking...

8 steps to help accelerate your health care organization’s cash flow

Dallas Business Journal (Health Care) 5/21 5:52A Daniel Vincent, Director, and De
Disruption caused by the Covid-19 pandemic is operationally and financially challenging for health care providers — creating rapid changes in projected volume and cash flow. And while these challenges introduce significant upheaval, they also...

Mandatory testing turned up something one nursing home did not expect

Dallas Business Journal (Health Care) 5/20 3:44A Jason Whitely
The state has embarked on a herculean effort to test more than 230,000 residents and staff at Texas’ 1,224 licensed nursing homes by the end of the month. “This disease is like no other we’ve treated before. No one presents with the classic signs...

US business takes on burden of testing employees for coronavirus

Dallas Business Journal (Health Care) 5/20 1:40A Andrew Edgecliffe-Johnson and Da
As the Trump administration struggles to satisfy critics that it is testing enough people to control the coronavirus pandemic and start to revive the world’s largest economy, this part of the response to the public health crisis is increasingly...
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