District 116 State Rep. Diana Arévalo is facing a stiff primary challenge from the lawmaker who held the seat before her, Trey Martinez Fischer.
Freestanding emergency centers and urgent-care centers are popping up along busy byways in San Antonio and across the state.
There have been 2,355 documented flu deaths in Texas since the season began in October 2017, up from 1,155 just two weeks ago.
The funding will be used to establish up to 10 board leadership positions, invest in new drug discovery, and support education and training.
Through direct services and strategic partnerships, MHM has made great strides in positively affecting healthcare outcomes in the Rio Grande Valley.
CHRISTUS Santa Rosa, Southwest General, and University Health System are set to lose 1 percent of Medicare payments over the 2018 federal fiscal year.
The Trump administration is scaling back the use of fines against nursing homes that harm residents or place them in grave risk of injury.
The Trump administration is guaranteeing Texas $135 million to continue helping more than 450,000 uninsured children and pregnant women if Congress doesn’t renew authorization for the Children’s Health Insurance Program.
A plan to create jobs, foster startups, and attract investment in San Antonio’s health care and bioscience industry will start with a focus on two key diseases – Type 2 diabetes and infectious diseases – prevalent in San Antonio.
New data released by the U.S. Census Bureau estimates that about 18 percent of San Antonio residents did not have health insurance in 2016 – a slight decline from 2015 estimates