Hearing Defects & how to treat it
Identical twins share countless similarities. For one set of twin boys, that also means sharing a serious hearing defect that the Owens Ear Center was prepared for John Hammarley has this report.
Stop the snoring! Not only can it be a huge deal in the bedroom, it can indicate a serious medical problem. John hammarley shows us a simple low-tech solution … Without machines, or surgery.
Chicago, IL – December 2010 – Becker’s Hospital Review recently released the “52 Women Hospital & Healthcare Leaders” list. Debbie Hay, RN, BSN, CASC is named among the top women leaders in the hospital and healthcare industry. Mrs. Hay is the founding president of Texas Institute for Surgery at Texas Health Presbyterian Dallas.
Members of the list were selected for their accomplishments in leading healthcare and hospital organizations, including improvement of patient care, development of relationships between providers and facilitation of organizational growth. Each featured woman was lauded by her colleagues for contributing significant value to the healthcare industry.
To create the list, the editorial team at Becker’s Hospital Review accepted nominations for the most influential women in healthcare through the Becker’s Hospital Review website and weekly online newsletters. After several months of collecting nominations and researching the background of each nominee, the editorial team narrowed the contenders to a list of 50 top women leaders. Becker’s Hospital Review repeats this process annually to ensure an up-to-date compendium.
Leaders do not pay and cannot pay to be included on this list.
Becker’s Hospital Review:
Becker’s Hospital Review is a Chicago-based publication focusing on hospital and
healthcare news and business advice. The primary audience for the publication is hospital
executives and healthcare industry leaders.
Ever wonder how surgeons learn how to perform delicate surgery safely? The Owens Ear Center in Dallas is helping train America’s best young doctors. John Hammarley with Huddle Productions has this video story.
Allergies are off the charts and people are miserable. The Owens Ear Center’s new type of allergy tests are more accurate and can spell relief faster.
Social Media Facts in the Health Industry
-National Comprehensive Cancer Network: 95% of Cancer patients use internet as source
-Science & health (42%) are the most popular news internet topics among both men & women across all age groups. ( Gallup Survey)
-Since 2005, downloading of Mayo Clinic internet videos has jumped 8,000%
80 million U.S. adults created or consumed health care content on Social Sites
-60 million consumers share their health experiences online
-Over 200 hospitals use Social Media
-213 hospitals have YouTube Channels
The Texas Institute of Surgery at Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital gets more recognition as Becker’s Hospital
Review and Becker’s ASC Review magazines picked it as one of the 100 Best Places to Work in Healthcare.
Fuller, sexier lips. Almost every woman wants them. Kellie Rasberry from K1061 Kiss FM DFW’s #1 hit radio station had some work done. John Hammarley shows you how you can get them on your lunch hour … And never have to wish or worry about them again.
Texas Institute for Surgery named Ethics Award Winner by the Dallas Business Journal. salutes you in the North Texas Business Ethics Awards. In partnership with the North Texas Ethics Association, a panel of independent judges selected seven North Texas companies to recognize for their outstanding commitment to ethics.
At the Texas Institute for Surgery, communication and respect form the foundation for an ethics policy based on delivering excellence.
“Excellence is our highest priority because it demonstrates our commitment to the continuous evaluation and improvement of quality, responsible use of resources and the willingness to embrace change when it comes to the best technology and procedures,” says President Debbie Hay.
“Caring is the easiest value for us because people who work at TIS have gone into the medical profession to provide compassionate, sensitive care. This comes across in every aspect of their care for our patients,” she says.
Hay describes the culture at the hospital as that of a close-knit family. Because of Hay’s clinical experience, she frequently can be found in any area of the hospital, not dressed in a suit but more often in scrubs.
“By being visible and involved, I hope to encourage employees to share their concerns with me so I can try to address their issues,” Hay says. “I also personally meet with each new employee to welcome them and orient them to the Corporate Compliance Plan. This way they can see from the first day, my commitment to maintaining an ethical, honest environment for everyone.”
The winners were selected by a panel of independent judges that recognized companies for their outstanding commitment to ethics.
Huddle Productions attended a Health panel at South by Southwest and quickly the discussion turned to Social Media. How can hospitals use Social Media to increase their ROI?
Pretty simple. Make patients happy.
During the discussion the topic of Facebook arose. Hospitals that allowed the use of Facebook in their building had a higher patient satisfaction rating than Hospitals that blocked Social Sites.
Huddle Productions did a video interview with Edward Bennett the Director of web strategies at the University of Maryland Medical Systems.
John Hammarley is a four-time Emmy Award-winning medical reporter with 30 years of experience. The former science news editor for The Journal of the American Medical Association also served as chief medical correspondent for Medical News Network, a daily clinical newscast for physicians, originating out of New York City.
John served as the medical reporter for the Fox Network, as well as acting as a medical correspondent for Fox News Channel and affiliates. The four-time winner of the National Association of Medical Communicators top award, John is now bringing his expertise to the internet through Hammarley on Health.
John is creating opportunities for physicians, patients as well as health care institutions to stay abreast of the very latest options available to them.
Orthopedic surgeon talks about importance of bike safety and what kind of injuries can result from bike crashes. Also talks about value of getting surgery done at Texas Institute for Surgery in Dallas.