Series of Senate bills focus on maternal health
Emily Boerger | Feb 20, 2019 | Texas
This panel of disparate perspectives is as diverse as the audience at State of Reform itself. We ended the day at the 2019 Texas State of Reform Conference with a discussion on the future of Texas health care and health policy from some of the state’s most interesting thought leaders,
With the 2019 legislative session set to catalyze the health policy discussion in Texas, this session with some of Texas’s most important policy makers was one of the highlights of the 2019 Texas State of Reform Health Policy Conference. In this session, Rep. Chris Turner and Rep. Sarah Davis help
Last week we hosted our 2019 Texas State of Reform Health Policy Conference with over 300 attendees from across the silos of healthcare to cover some of the most complex issues in healthcare policy and reform. Check out what you missed, and hopefully we’ll see you next year!
Representative Lina Ortega is a Democrat representing Texas House District 77 in El Paso. First elected in 2016, Rep. Ortega now serves on three committees – Public Health, House Administration, and Transportation. In this podcast, Representative Ortega discusses priority legislation in the House Public Health Committee, the economics of healthcare,
Next week, at the 2019 Texas State of Reform Health Policy Conference, we have an all-star list of speakers lined up for you at what has been called Texas's "most important health policy conference of the year!" You can take a look at the full list of speakers at our
A recent Houston Chronicle story highlighted consumer confusion about freestanding emergency centers (FECs) and questioned whether a patient’s ER care at an FEC would be covered by their insurance. There is no doubt that confusion exists in the marketplace. However, the source of the confusion is grossly misattributed. It is