AUSTIN, Texas - Severe maternal morbidity varies dramatically in Texas by both race/ethnicity and geographic region, according to a new report and searchable maps from The University of Texas Health Science Center at Tyler.
In order to catalyze the expansion of telemedicine in Texas, the Texas Health Improvement Network (THIN) has released 11 recommendations to policymakers in the areas of telemedicine infrastructure, start-up challenges, regulatory issues, and legal issues.
A two-day meeting of experts and leaders from within and outside Texas was convened for a deep dive into the subject of healthcare and social care integration. The final reportincludes the case studies, recommendations, and an overview of the state of integration in Texas. Videos of the sessionsfrom the two-day meeting are viewable on YouTube.