A new breed of MDs thinks an MBA is the cure for an ailing healthcare system. Second-year Texas MBA at Dallas/Fort Worth student David Riley is one of them.
San Antonio has one of the world's finest cancer centers, but many people don't know it exists. The center called on a team of Texas MBA students to help change that.
BHP husband and wife duo Neel and Bridgette Naik have taken a different route from many of our grads and are making strides in the arena of AIDS care in Africa.
The Affordable Care Act will require businesses with more than 50 full-time employees to offer health insurance in 2014. What about small businesses with fewer than 50 employees? Kristie Loescher describes the implications for small businesses.
Some economists may be predicting accelerated growth over the coming years, but “you shouldn’t believe that at all,” according to Tom Gilligan, dean of the McCombs School of Business, who was among the experts at the Texas Enterprise Speaker Series talk titled, "The Economy in 2013--Now What?”
Ayse McCracken became CEO of the Memorial Hermann Medical Group less than a year into her time as a Texas Executive MBA student. Learn how business school prepared the health care veteran to face the challenges of such a tumultuous industry.