More big names join State of Reform lineup
The latest addition to the State of Reform Health Policy Conference agenda on February 8th in Austin are two big names in the world of Texas news media and public policy:
- Ross Ramsey, Executive Editor & Co-Founder of The Texas Tribune, and
- Charles Smith, Executive Commissioner, Texas Health & Humans Services Commission
Ramsey and Smith will be featured on the Afternoon Keynote Panel, joining a powerful list of speakers to inform attendees on what’s next for health policy in Austin and Washington.
Other leading speakers on the program include, Lunch Keynote speaker James Capretta from the American Enterprise Institute, as well as:
Tom Banning: CEO, Texas Academy of Family Physicians
Nora Belcher: Executive Director, Texas e-Health Alliance
Rep. Dustin Burrows: Texas State Representative
Jose Camacho: Executive Director, Texas Association of Community Health Centers
Rep. Garnet Coleman: Texas State Representative
Rep. Sarah Davis: Texas State Representative
Jamie Dudensing: CEO, Texas Association of Health Plans
Marianne Fazen: Executive Director, Texas Business Group on Health
Kay Ghahremani: President & CEO, Texas Association of Community Health Plans
Rep. Stephanie Klick: Texas State Representative
Steve Love: President & CEO, Dallas-Fort Worth Hospital Council
Tom Quirk: CEO, United Healthcare – Texas
Sen. Jose Rodriguez: Texas State Senator
Ted Shaw: President & CEO, Texas Hospital Association
Chris Wallace: President, Texas Association of Business
Kevin Warren: President & CEO, Texas Health Care Association
Rep. John Zerwas, MD: Texas State Representative
This is a lineup of speakers not to be missed for those wanting to know what to expect in health care policy in the weeks and months ahead, in what is already a very interesting 2017. Issues such as:
- What’s next for Medicaid in Texas in a Trump Administration?
- Can we really get health care costs under control?
- What’s next for Texas health care in a post-ACA world?