What You Missed: 2022 North Texas State of Reform Health Policy Conference
Ethan Kispert | Oct 4, 2022 | Texas
The Texas House Select Committee on Youth Health and Safety held a public hearing on Thursday to consider measures addressing the needs of youth in the state, specifically ways to improve programs and systems around child protective services, mental health services, educational institutions, and the juvenile court system.
In the wake of the Supreme Court’s draft opinion to overturn federal abortion protections that was leaked this week, thousands of Texans rallied around abortion and LGBTQ rights throughout the state on Tuesday. Activists came together in downtown Dallas, San Antonio, and at the Capitol to protest the state’s abortion
The University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio (UT Health San Antonio) and its Be Well Texas project, a provider network devoted to treating substance use disorder (SUD) in the state, last week made its mobile app WEconnect Recovery available for free download to all Texans struggling with
At the 2022 Texas State of Reform Health Policy Conference in Austin last week, panelists in the “Bringing an equity lens to health care” session highlighted the importance of understandable and accessible data in creating solutions to health disparities, and discussed how to depoliticize health equity conversations in Texas.
Earlier this month, we hosted our 2022 Texas State of Reform Health Policy Conference, bringing together thought leaders, legislators, and policy experts into multi-silo conversations about the future of health care in Texas. Too often, those with good ideas for reforming health care don’t have a solid understanding
Texas House Speaker Dade Phelan today issued interim committee charges for the 87th Legislature. The charges, which House committees will begin studying in the coming months, reflect a variety of issues facing the state and build upon the work accomplished during the most recent legislative sessions. The charges will help