UT Southwestern is prepared to make a commitment to revolutionize patient care with the help of private philanthropy. The division will be named the William T. Solomon to help develop a model for clinical service in general internal medicine, enabling physicians and staff to center their attention on patients in a time when health care has become increasingly impersonal and perplexing. Enhancing customer-service training, performance measures, recognition and incentives for staff. Gay Ferguson Solomon, a homemaker, painter and interior designer, is an ardent supporter of a variety of civic and religious organizations. McConnell, executive vice president for administration, added, "Doctors and patients alike recognize that efficient, patient-friendly care is not only more pleasant but also contributes to successful medical outcomes.
We are convinced that the development of new models of patient-centered care coupled to the best of modern technology will be important for the health care system nationally, as well as for North Texas patients.
$10 million Solomon gift to UT Southwestern endows General Medicine division
Maddrey, executive vice president for clinical affairs at UT Southwestern. Unifying management for all patient-related services so that accountability is clear. Creating a streamlined appointment scheduling system, so patient visits to various specialists can be coordinated easily. Emphasizing a more patient-centered culture in which the quality of clinical care and services matches UT Southwestern's world-class research and teaching. He has previously served as chairman of the Dallas Citizens Council, Dallas Together Forum, Greater Dallas Chamber and is involved in a number of other community organizations.
Maddrey, executive vice president for clinical affairs at UT Southwestern. Installing an electronic medical record system so all physicians involved in a case can simultaneously access data while maintaining confidentiality. UT Southwestern drafted a detailed plan late last year after internal studies, consultation with a panel of experts from other well-known American medical centers, and site visits to other top clinics where both strengths and weaknesses were evaluated. Implementation of its primary stages has already begun. Gay Ferguson Solomon, a homemaker, painter and interior designer, is an ardent supporter of a variety of civic and religious organizations. Enhancing customer-service training, performance measures, recognition and incentives for staff. A technology explosion, managed-care systems intended to control rising costs and other developments have made obtaining medical attention more complex for patients, Dr.