Providers from Dell Med and UT Austin’s McCombs School of Business are collaborating to provide Business of Healthcare Certificate students a firsthand health care experience.
See advice and insight shared over the past year by physicians completing a Pediatric Residency at Dell Medical School.
Elizabeth Jacobs discusses health technology and whether it can effectively address social drivers of health.
Kasey Claborn, Ph.D., is working with her team to address one of health care’s most pressing and complex issues: interprovider health information sharing.
Meredith G. Moore, who was a Value-Based Health Care Research Fellow in 2018-2019, reflects on her experience.
Kori Hattemer, director of prosper programs for Foundation Communities, explains how the nonprofit helps Central Texans find and use health insurance.
For the October installment of the Texas Health CoLab Learning Series, Michael Wiklund discussed medical errors and the role that human factors engineering plays in reducing them.
Over the past two years, WorkSpaces @ Texas Health CoLab has encouraged innovation and collaboration in health care by providing resources for companies to flourish.
Former Health Leadership Apprentice Program participant Ali Haji is refining Breathe UT, a program that teaches medical students about meditation and mindfulness.
A recent study led by a Dell Med gastroenterologist provides continued evidence that the practice of using hemoclips to prevent bleeding after removing polyps during colonoscopy may be unnecessary.
Christina Bain, a LIVESTRONG Cancer Institutes’ Young Adult Advisory Board member, reflects on a Health Affairs symposium panel about the patient’s role in transforming health care systems.
Michael Mackert reflects on the major public launch of the Father’s Playbook app, an app designed to get expectant fathers involved in prenatal health and beyond.
Over the past two years, WorkSpaces @ Texas Health CoLab has helped many companies flourish and many startups begin.
Texas Health Catalyst’s 2019 Demo Day will showcase the program’s unique ability to unite life sciences professionals across industries and sectors.
Here’s what you can do to protect your positive outlook when workplace anxiety turns to fear.
Health Leadership Apprentice Program student Kristen Helmsdoerfer created Tri-N, an organization designed to reduce stigma in health care and connect with Community First! Village members over dinner.