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Hospital Districts of the Future
posted by John Guest on March 31st, 2010 5:02 PM
While I didn't take it all in word for word, I was generally impressed with Commissioner Suehs presentation at the joint hearing today chaired by Senators Nelson and Duncan. I was not overly pleased with the discussion about hospital districts. Suehs suggested that State law needed to be totally revamped to address hospital districts after health reform. He and Senator Nelson discussed how hospital districts would be left serving undocumented residents after federal health reform solves the problem of the uninsured. I would like to offer several preliminary observations that I would hope others would expand upon. First, the major hospital districts in the big cities in Texas were created in the 1950's well before Medicare and Medicaid "solved" their big part of the uninsured problem. Post-1965, these hospital districts have actually taken on a larger responsibility in their communities. I would argue that assuming a reduced hospital district role after the health reforms of 2010 may be a bit premature. There are reasons to assume some volume shifts . . .I wrote an analysis on this issue that was distributed at the November, 2009 Board meeting and is posted on our website. I would also suggest that hospital districts play some significant roles that should robably continue - they underpin the trauma system . . . hospital districts support health professional education - in many cities, the medical school would not be able to exist without a close affiliation with these public institutions . . . in many communities we see evidence that they are managing to mold themselves into vibrant and competititive organizations (a la UMC in Lubbock). It should also be noted that many of the large hospital districts serve individuals with discounts who are at or below 200, 250, even 300 percent of the federal poverty level. Yes, insurance reform may solve this problem, but when Texas Medicaid stops at 133 of FPL, there will still be a substantial population needing help and finding themselves unable to get it beyond a community resource. There . . . that's a start. What say ye?
Anyone attend the Muller update meeting last night??
posted by fullmosey on March 28th, 2010 9:24 AM
A little grocery business insight. . .My job in high school (1980's) was to operate what was called a stat camera at an ad agency. All the work this agency did was for a grocery chain based in Lubbock. The grocery chain no longer exists but the level of competition is stronger than ever. We used to change whole pages of ads based on the competition dropping prices a single cent. Grocery store profits are really by the penny the way they think it through. Add that mentality with the current economy and much stronger competition from the grocery aisles at Wallyworld. . .Be very patient people. No, I don't work for a grocery store chain. No, I don't know what's coming so don't ask. Cheers,Dan
posted by Damian Jones on March 13th, 2010 11:25 PM
Nice to see that someone started a Network for Lubbock! =]
Easter Egg Hunt
posted by fullmosey on March 6th, 2010 7:48 AM
An Easter egg hunt is less denominational than a NASCAR event. Frankly I would prefer the eggs! Growing up in Lubbock I remember Easter like I remember Halloween, lots of sweet stuff but no relgion. This is in Lubbock where practically EVERYONE was a Christian but me. The "Noel" on the tower shined through my window for the second year just like it did years ago when I saw it through the windows of planes each holiday season. Next year, come see the 97 foot rotating menorah I'll put on top of my house. It will be powered by a two stroke engine so you'll hear it before you see it. Think I'll get some neighborhood money? Maybe not. It is just a big candleholder afterall. Maybe I'll just set it up before Yom Kippur and y'all can mock me! Please, one mocker at a time. Enjoy,Dan Cohen
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posted by bgierisch15 on January 17th, 2010 10:49 AM
For anyone interested in free-range, totally chemical free beef, pork, lamb, chicken, goat and eggs, please take a look at This is a small family operation located in the small town of Nazareth, TX, just north of Lubbock. I met the owner, one of his beef producers and his chicken producer a couple of months ago, and I am persuaded that you won’t find ‘cleaner’ meat products anywhere. The PAIDOM website lays out the philosophy and methods very well, so you can judge for yourself. PAIDOM owner Alan Birkenfeld takes orders over the website and personally makes deliveries across the state every other month. He already delivers to a north Austin site and a south Austin site, and he will be at Mueller on February 6th at 2:15 pm to meet anyone interested, to answer questions and to make deliveries for central Austin. You can place an order for delivery, or just come by for show and tell. He will be on Mendez Street at the southeast corner of Wooten Park – that’s in front of Joe and Betsy’s house (4001 Mendez). But be advised that Alan will be on a rigorous delivery schedule and will probably only have about 20 minutes here … if you’re late you may miss him. We have ordered some beef for delivery on the 6th, but that’s our only connection to PAIDOM. We post this because of the number of Muellerites interested in healthy food.
Would stocking the pond-lakes be a good idea?
posted by eagertomove on November 8th, 2008 8:19 PM
I don't think it would be wise to eat anything out of those ponds for anytime soon.First, unless you are single and are dieting I doubt you will be feeding the family. I do seem to remember the artist's renderings of what life would be like some day here had children holding onto fishing poles. There are all types of urban fishing holes from Lubbock to Longview that do provide safe, edible fishing. It would be awhile before we would reach that stage. If interested you might want to contact Ken Krazowski at TPWD. He is an expert on urban fishing and would probably be a logical resource on this topic.
Dan & Tina on Hargis St
posted by fullmosey on July 5th, 2008 1:01 PM
Howdy to all,Me and my wife move in on Hargis St sometime in Oct or Nov depending on how much it rains etc. We have one dog and are sans tots. I've been in Austin since 1989 and didn't leave after finishing at UT. I've been a free-lance photographer since 1995 working and traveling for magazines, graphic designers, and ad agencies. For the last 3.5 years I've worked full-time as a paramedic as well so I don't shoot pics as much as I used to. My wife Tina is the director of four drug and alcohol treatment programs here in Austin.She is from Nebraska originally and I am from Lubbock. We're strangely excited to be moving to the one part of Austin that is flat and almost treeless.
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