Police in Houston are responding to reports of shots fired inside a hospital at Houston's Texas Medical Center.
Texas officials hope President Donald Trump's administration will be more receptive to allowing the state to maintain funds that fund care for the uninsured.
Arizona and Texas officials hope the Trump administration will be more receptive to Medicaid waivers that would fund care for the uninsured, impose work requirements and place a life cap on enrollment.
Children's Medical Center of Dallas will pay a $3.2 million settlement—the sixth-largest in history—for failing to comply with HIPAA. This settlement is the first since President Donald Trump took office last month.
Healthcare leaders in Austin, Texas, are trying to replicate the success that Nashville has enjoyed as an incubator of healthcare innovation and services.
A District Court judge in Texas ordered the CMS to hold off on a final rule requiring dialysis centers that help patients pay private insurance premiums to disclose what plans in their region pay for and how that compares to Medicaid and Medicare.
Chief medical officer of Ascension's Seton Medical Center Austin, Seton Northwest Hospital and Seton Southwest Hospital, all in Austin, Texas. She replaces Dr. David Martin, who was promoted to CMO of Ascension Texas in August.
The Obama administration believes there is no need for pools of uncompensated-care funding since hospitals should be benefiting from coverage expansions under the Affordable Care Act.
Dr. Denton Cooley, the world-renowned cardiovascular surgeon and founder of the Texas Heart Institute, died Friday at age 96.
Pfizer has to give the Texas Health and Human Services Commission drug price information as part of the state's Medicaid program. But that information isn't supposed to be handed over to legislators.
Memorial Hermann Sugar Land Hospital and Kindred Nursing and Rehabilitation Center-Mountain Valley are among the four winners of the annual Malcolm Baldrige National Quality Award, the nation's highest presidential honor for excellence among businesses.
A Texas pediatrician says he plans to open a second office with the money he won in an arbitration case against a marketer of electronic health record systems.