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MD Anderson partners with HIAE to address cancer burden in Brazil
Anderson, texas
The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center has announced a partnership with Hospital Israelita Albert Einstein to pioneer multidisciplinary patient care in Brazil and advance MD Anderson's mission to eliminate cancer globally.
August 27 2014
Kleberg County Offers Terms of Beach Land Transfer to Nueces County
Texas
The Kleberg County Commissioners Court took action Monday passing a resolution regarding the 3,680 acres along the northern boundary of Kleberg County on Padre Island.
August 26 2014
TCOG wins major aging and disability grant
Texas
The Texoma Council of Governments announced at its board meeting Thursday that the organization has tentatively received a major grant from the Texas Health and Human Services Commission. to The grant, over $100,000, would make Texoma the home of a new Aging and Disability Resource Center.
August 23 2014
Watch: US Doctor Who Contracted Ebola Leaves Hospital With Hugs
Texas
Both Dr. Kent Brantly and missionary Nancy Writebol were discharged from Emory hospital after surviving the deadly virus.
August 22 2014
New healthcare law creating more hurdles during Grayson County budget talks
Texas
GRAYSON COUNTY -- This week, Grayson County Commissioners are hammering out a new budget. Wednesday, they approved more than a dozen new jobs. Commissioners agreed to add eight new jailers at the Grayson County jail.
August 22 2014
The other Texas border deployment: doctors, dentists, opticians
Texas
By Jon Herskovitz MISSION Texas (Reuters) - For the Texas State and National Guard, Operation Lone Star is a disaster preparedness exercise. Operation Lone Star started 16 years ago to help the guard prepare for emergencies such as hurricanes or pandemics in south Texas. Since then it has expanded its medical care component, treating thousands in a region that hugs the Mexican border, including ...
August 20 2014
Model to predict COPD hospital readmission developed
Texas
Predictors of early rehospitalization among patients hospitalized for complications of chronic obstructive pulmonary disease have been identified by a study. In an American nationwide analysis of more than 8,000 commercially insured adult patients with COPD, researchers concluded that several modifiable factors, such as appropriate prescriptions upon discharge and early follow up after discharge ...
August 19 2014
UTMB researchers develop model to predict COPD hospital readmission
Texas
( University of Texas Medical Branch at Galveston ) Researchers at the University of Texas Medical Branch at Galveston have identified predictors of early rehospitalization among patients hospitalized for complications of chronic obstructive pulmonary disease. In a nationwide analysis of more than 8,000 commercially insured adult patients with COPD, UTMB researchers concluded that several ...
August 19 2014
County officials: ‘ObamaCare’ contributed to increased insurance rates
Texas
Bastrop County Commissioners recently approved several healthcare related measures, securing a number of benefits — at a higher cost — for county employees for the upcoming year.
August 17 2014
Texas Medicaid load rising even without expansion
Texas
AUSTIN, Texas (AP) — Officials estimate the Texas Medicaid caseload could soon increase by more than 600,000 cases, despite the state's decision not to expand the program under new federal health care law. Health and Human Services Commissioner Kyle Janek told a state Senate committee Thursday that Affordable Care Act-related ...
August 15 2014
Hensarling talks about border issues
Texas
By and large, the most discussed topic at Tuesday's townhall meeting with Congressman Jeb Hensarling was the current “crisis” of illegal immigration. “The most common word you hear in Washington is 'crisis,' ” he told a crowd of approximately 60 who gathered at the county commissioners meeting room in the Cherokee County Courthouse before opening the session for comments from the audience.
August 15 2014
Tour de force
Powell, texas
Pedal by pedal, a group of cyclists endured the hot summer sun and braved varying Indiana terrain on a mission to support survivors of law enforcement officers killed in the line of duty.
August 15 2014
San Jacinto County keeping healthcare plan
Texas
A second San Jacinto County Commissioners Court meeting was held on Aug. 7, concluding an agenda item addressed on the previous week regarding health care benefits while taking care of two San Jacinto
August 13 2014
Money goes to DA fund to handle capital murder cases
Kemp, Texas
With potential capital murder cases in District Attorney Scott McKee’s future, the Henderson County Commissioners Court declared an emergency expenditure of funds to cover the costs. The move adds $86,200 to the DA fund for capital cases which has been empty for the past couple of years. There have been three murders in the county this year, and two of them fall within the scope of a capital case.
August 13 2014
Food, medicine and compassion
Texas
OTTUMWA — People who spend their days making a difference in Ottumwa recently had a chance to help those with even greater needs far from home. A group of volunteers from Ottumwa Regional Health Center flew a relief mission to Haiti, an already poor
August 12 2014
Pro-Troop Charity Misleads Donors While Lining Political Consultants' Pockets
Texas
Move America Forward has collected millions to send care packages to U.S. troops. But its appeals often rely on images and stories borrowed without permission, and its assets have been used to benefit political consulting firms and PACs. by Kim Barker, ProPublica This story was co-published with The Daily BeastIn February 2013, Move America Forward announced an ambitious fundraising goal. The ...
August 11 2014
Ebola outbreak: Hope for 'miraculous' serum
Texas
An experimental serum treatment on two US missionaries has raised hopes of an effective treatment for the deadly Ebola virus after doctors reported a "miraculous" improvement in the health of one of those who contracted the disease.
August 08 2014
County names those to fill unexpired terms
Texas
The Henderson County Commissioners Court named individuals to fill unexpired terms on two boards during a brief meeting on Tuesday. The court confirmed Gregorio Galvan as a new member of the Henderson County Library Advisory Board. Galvan, the owner and operator of Papa Tilo’s restaurant, will serve the remainder of the term vacated by Gloria Glaspy.
August 07 2014
County votes not to approve FWSD District
Texas
The Henderson County Commissioners voted on Tuesday not to approve a new Fresh Water Supply District (FWSD) within Henderson County.  About 50 people were in attendance to hear the decision by the commissioners. The action was the result of East Texas Ranch, LP petitioning the commissioners court for the creation of a FWSD.
August 07 2014
Retired county employees ask for increase
Texas
The Henderson County Commissioners Court held the first budget workshop for the 2015 package on Tuesday. County Judge Richard Sanders submitted his proposed budget on July 30.  Now the commissioners are going over it line-by-line, and hearing from heads of departments who wish to speak about their budgeted amounts.
August 07 2014
County votes to accept grant funds
Texas
The Henderson County Commissioners Court gave final approval of the documents needed to receive funds from the County Transportation Infrastructure Fund Grants. The last Texas Legislature  dedicated proceeds from severance taxes paid by oil and gas companies on oil and gas they extract, to repair county and state roads. Henderson County qualified for $346,311, if they performed all of the steps ...
August 07 2014
Rusk Co. passes resolution against housing illegal immigrants
Texas
The Rusk County Commissioners Court passed an immigration resolution Tuesday.
August 07 2014
Rusk County Commissioners approve immigration resolution, first in East Texas
Texas
Above: Jim Gray speaks in favor of a resolution against housing people who have entered the U.S. illegally during a meeting Tuesday of the Rusk County Commissioners Court in Henderson.
August 07 2014
Rusk County Commissioners OK immigration resolution, first in East Texas
Texas
Above: Jim Gray speaks in favor of a resolution against housing people who have entered the U.S. illegally during a meeting Tuesday of the Rusk County Commissioners Court in Henderson.
August 07 2014
Commissioners start budget process
Texas
The Navarro County Commissioner’s Court held its first budget workshop Wednesday, the first of a dozen or more over the next month or so.
August 03 2014
After mistrial, man pleads guilty to manslaughter
Mission, Texas
Nearly three weeks after a mistrial was declared in the case, Frank Lee Nickerson pleaded guilty Thursday to manslaughter, a lesser included offense of murder, for the July 27, 2011, stabbing death of Gwindle Cofer Anderson.
August 02 2014
County Commissioners Discuss Proposal to Demolish Memorial Hospital
Texas
County Commissioners went behind closed doors Wednesday to hear an update on the proposal to demolish Christus Spohn Memorial Hospital.
July 31 2014
Woman sues Border Patrol agent accused of assault
Texas
McALLEN, Texas (AP) — A woman who says she was sexually assaulted by a Border Patrol agent guarding her at a South Texas hospital has filed a federal lawsuit against him, alleging he violated her constitutional rights. The woman had crossed from Mexico into the U.S. without legal permission in April 2013 and was pulled from a bus at the Border Patrol checkpoint in Falfurrias, according to the ...
July 31 2014
First Edition: July 18, 2014
Texas
Today's headlines include reports from the marketplace, including UnitedHealthcare's move toward the health law's insurance marketplaces and the latest on the Securities and Exchange Commission investigation into insider trading related to a health policy change.
July 30 2014
Price and associates plead not guilty to charges in 13-count indictment
Texas
DALLAS -- Just after 7 a.m. Friday, Dallas County Commissioner John Wiley Price left his Oak Cliff home behind the wheel of a BMW 850i, one of a caravan of high-profile vehicles that have defined his public image. By 8 a.m., the car was empty at a building near Parkland Hospital, and Price was under arrest, charged with eleven counts of bribery, mail fraud, and tax fraud. His life, and his image ...
July 30 2014
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