DFWHC to participate in Jan. 22 NDCC Health Care Conference

01/12/2021

The DFW Hospital Council (DFWHC) will serve as a Supporting Sponsor of the virtual North Dallas Chamber of Commerce (NDCC) Annual Health Care Conference on January 22 from 7:30 a.m. to 12:00 noon. The event will include three sessions and more than 10 speakers. DFWHC President/CEO Stephen Love will moderate the panel discussion “Reducing the Number of Uninsureds in North … Read More

Love hosts panel at North Dallas Chamber’s Health Care Conference

01/17/2020

DFW Hospital Council (DFWHC) President/CEO Stephen Love moderated a panel this morning during the North Dallas Chamber of Commerce’s Annual Health Care Conference in the main auditorium at Texas Scottish Rite Hospital for Children. The event was sold out with 200-plus in attendance. Love’s panel was titled “The Impact of Health Care on the Local Economy” and included guest speakers … Read More

DFWHC’s Love discusses hospital impact and ER wait times

08/04/2017

DFW Hospital Council President/CEO W. Stephen Love has been in the news quite a bit over the past week discussing hospital economic impact and emergency room wait times. In an article in The Dallas Morning News penned by Mitchell Schnurman on August 1 titled “What happens to D-FW’s health care jobs while Obamacare is unsettled?,” Love detailed local executives’ frustration … Read More

Study finds healthcare has grown into the second largest sector in North Texas

06/08/2017

Based on employment and earnings, healthcare has grown into the second largest sector in North Texas, according to a report released today by the Dallas-Fort Worth Hospital Council (DFWHC). The economic impact of the 90 DFWHC-member hospitals on the North Texas economy is $18.4 billion in labor income, a $4.4 billion increase from an identical study conducted in 2013. The … Read More

Hospital economic impact exceeds $14 billion and 265,000 jobs

11/14/2013

The 2013 economic impact of the 85 member hospitals of the Dallas-Fort Worth Hospital Council (DFWHC) on the North Texas economy is $14.4 billion in labor income, according to a study by Dr. Gerald A. Doeksen, regents professor at Oklahoma State University. This total shows a $2.2 billion increase in labor income from an identical study conducted in 2010. Both … Read More