In his first interview since taking the reins, MD Anderson’s former chief medical executive discusses the need to modernize.
For many Americans, the controversial health law is government run amok. But for these people in San Antonio, it’s been a lifesaver.
The Texas Health and Human Services Commission has declared that it’ll no longer process reimbursements to the non-profit.
He is on the verge of becoming a complete failure as president.
What the politics of Medicaid expansion says about the future of Texas.
A Senate finance committee work group has proposed directing an additional $100 million towards preventative care and family planning.
Rick Perry announced Monday in a letter to the federal government that the state will not expand its Medicaid program nor create a health insurance exchange.
The healthy 82-year-old grandmother of an ABC News producer goes undercover and reveals Medicare fraud in McAllen, "the town Medicare dollars built."
Sure, Rick Perry doesn't want to expand Medicaid. But can he afford not to?
Why Medicaid expansion is a bad idea.
Bypass surgery with almost no pain, and you get to go home three days later? Don’t have a coronary: It’s happening right now, in Texas.
The state attorney general on Obamacare, secession, and challenges to Texas sovereignty.
Texas came in last place for health care delivery in a new federal study.
We spoke with Conroe Representative Brandon Creighton, the chair of the Select Committee of State Sovereignty, about the committee’s mission, its relationship with the federal government, and its response to federal health care mandates.
And the campaign goes on—into the legislative session.
The poor quality of health care in the state’s penal system is enough to make you sick. Plus: Inside Tex Moncrief’s IRS mess; a River Oaks bookie is tried for murder; UT’s writing program achieves Texas-size success; and things get woolly for thestate’s mohair producers.
Budget cuts are coming. Are teaching hositals DOA? Plus: Are white Democrats MIA?
For reformers of the nations health-care system, ground zero may be Dallas’ Parkland Memorial Hospital, where the crush of uninsured patients with non-urgent complaints is affecting everyone’s care.
By vetoing the Patient Protection Act, Gearge W. Bush put cost before care.
If you have to be critically injured in Texas, be sure to pick the right place.