Improving Access to Health Care for Rural Texans
Improving Access to Health Care for Rural Texans is a free event for anyone interested in learning more about the state’s current health care crisis in rural areas and how expanded telehealth, workforce training, delivery models and more can improve quality of care for all. The conversation will take place next Tuesday, March 29 at 11 a.m. CT, featuring a panel of notable state experts and medical professionals who can speak to how Texas can address this pressing issue.
Expert speakers include:
- Dr. David Valdez, chief medical officer of Molina Healthcare of Texas
- Kelly Cheek, director of the Texas Rural Health Association
- John Henderson, president and CEO of the Texas Organization of Rural and Community Hospitals (TORCH)
- Dr. Stacey Silverman, Assistant Vice Chancellor for Academic Planning & Policy at The Texas A&M University System
- Dr. Russell Thomas, Jr., family physician in Eagle Lake, Texas
- Karen Brooks Harper, Health and Human Services reporter for the Texas Tribune
Learn more and register for free here. Please feel free to forward this invitation with anyone you think would benefit from attending this discussion.