ⓘ Healthcare in Texas

                                     

ⓘ Healthcare in Texas

This article summarizes healthcare in Texas. In 2017, the United Healthcare Foundation ranked Texas as the 34th healthiest state in the United States. Obesity, excessive drinking, maternal mortality, infant mortality, and vaccinations are among the major public health issues facing Texas.

                                     
  • Maternal healthcare in Texas refers to the provision of family planning services, abortion options, pregnancy - related services, and physical and mental
  • Seton Healthcare Family, also known as Seton Family of Hospitals, is a Roman Catholic - affiliated hospital network in the Greater Austin area. It is a member
  • Tenet Healthcare Corporation is a multinational investor - owned healthcare services company based in Dallas, Texas United States. Through its brands
  • Molina Healthcare enters the state of Texas 2007: Molina Healthcare enters Missouri. 2008: Molina Healthcare enters Florida. 2010: Molina Healthcare enters
  • Prime Healthcare Services is an American private healthcare company. It was established in 2001, by chairman Prem Reddy, and operates 45 hospitals in 14
  • Acronyms are very commonly used in healthcare settings. They are formed from the lead letters of words relating to medications, organisations, procedures
  • automation yields 161 increase in care coordination Healthcare Finance. Steward Health Completes Acquisition Of IASIS Healthcare PR Newswire. September
  • appeal and ruling, where CIGNA Healthcare Inc. challenged a United States Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit ruling in favor of Mrs. Ruby Calad, who
  • The Texas A M Health Science Center, a component of Texas A M University, offers health professions research and education in dentistry, medicine, nursing
  • HCA Healthcare is an American for - profit operator of health care facilities that was founded in 1968. It is based in Nashville, Tennessee and in 2019 it
  • IASIS Healthcare located in Franklin, Tennessee, was the for - profit owner and operator of medium - sized acute care hospitals in high - growth urban and
  • provides health care to offenders in the western part of Texas In addition, private corporations provide healthcare services. Hospitalized offenders may