Luis Veloz is one curious young man. He also happens to live in the uninsured capital of the United States – Texas. Put the two together, add some cameras, and you have a film that explores who has access (and who doesn’t) to health care across the country.
Posts written by Lauren Silverman
The next Health Insurance Marketplace Open Enrollment Period starts in November. It’s a time when you can apply for a new plan, or keep your current plan.
Airports and hospitals. Two places not generally on the top of a tourist must see list. But Spanish architect Luis Vidal has spent the last decade trying to change that — building airports that are destination and hospitals you don’t dread walking into. You can get a glimpse of his work at a new exhibit at the Dallas Center for Architecture.
Hundreds of people with Parkinson’s have brought their voices back to life through a unique program in North Texas.
Flight running late? Searching for baggage? Forget standing in line. Send a tweet or Facebook message. A growing number of airlines are hiring social media first responders to help with customer relations, and Southwest Airlines has just joined the club. They now have nine “social care” representatives working seven days a week, eighteen hours a day.
Teams at Startup Weekend Dallas had less than two days to come up with an idea for a product and present a business plan. The group with the most successful pitch, according to the five-judge panel, was Virtual Visit. Virtual Visit provides a way for families to stay connected with the day-to-day care of family members living in skilled nursing facilities.
It’s finally time! Join KERA Tuesday for a live panel discussion on The Broken Hip series on Tuesday. Come to learn about the latest research, ask questions and share your story.
Join KERA Tuesday for a live panel discussion on The Broken Hip series. After telling the stories of several North Texas patients and families who’ve experienced a broken hip, it’s time to get personal. Come to learn about the latest research, ask questions and share your story.
The football players at SMU will be wearing something new under their helmet this season.
Nearly a quarter of Texas business owners are foreign born. These entrepreneurs brought in a total income of $10 billion dollars in 2010. Still, immigration is a sticking point, and some Texas entrepreneurs are pushing for more high-skilled visas.