Harrison Miner recaps the 2019 Forbes Healthcare Summit’s discussion of improving mental health care access and stigma.
Health Leadership Apprentice Program coordinator Madalyn Rosenthal developed a patient-education program to teach people about health topics while they wait for their clinic appointments to begin.
February is both Heart Month and Black History Month — perfect timing to talk about heart health specifically among African American women.
Michael Mackert previews what the Center for Health Communication is planning to accomplish in 2020.
Manuj Shah, a former participant in the LIVESTRONG Cancer Institutes’ Summer Undergraduate Research Fellowship, reflects on how the program influenced his career goals.
The Blockchain and Digital Transformation in Health 2020 symposium will offer a unique academic and industry forum on whether blockchain technology can solve data problems in health care and more.
Dell Med faculty researcher Virginia A. Brown writes about receiving funding from the Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute’s Eugene Washington PCORI Engagement Award program.
Dell Medical School experts at SXSW 2020 will be discussing the new research, care models and technologies that are revolutionizing health care in Austin and beyond.
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.