The Texas Tribune is pleased to present, in partnership with Blue Cross Blue Shield of Texas, a three-part conversation series on where the state is headed on health care. Join us in person or on our livestream for the third installment of this series: a discussion of the reasons behind the ever-exploding cost of health care — closing in on education as the No. 1 line item in the state budget — and what medical professionals and elected officials can and should do about it.
Sue Bornstein, executive director of the Texas Medical Home Initiative
Daniel Varga, chief clinical officer and senior executive vice president for Texas Health Resources
This event will take place in the auditorium located on the first floor of the Medical Education & Training (MET) Building at the University of North Texas Health Science Center (campus map) in Fort Worth. Visitor parking is available in lots 19, 14 and 7, in both visitor and reserved spaces (parking map). The event is free and open to the public, and includes a light lunch.
This series of conversations on health care is generously sponsored by Blue Cross Blue Shield of Texas. This conversation is also presented in partnership with the UNT Health Science Center. Tribune events are also supported through contributions from our founding investors and members.
Disclosure: Though donors and corporate sponsors underwrite our events, they play no role in determining the content, panelists or line of questioning.