Webinar Wednesday: "The New Health Care Law & You."
Wednesday, December 4, 2013 at 1:00 PM (CST)
San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Participants will learn ways of navigating the challenging waters of Health Care Reform.
Dr. Dan McCoy
Vice President and Chief Medical Officer
Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Texas
Dr. Dan McCoy joined Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Texas in October 2012 and currently serves as vice president and chief medical officer. In his new role, he helps Blue Cross fulfill its mission to improve the health and well-being of its members and communities across the state. Dr. McCoy is an integral part of the company’s statewide effort to expand access to health care in Texas and educate uninsured consumers about their coverage choices. Prior to this role, he served as interim chief medical officer and senior medical director.
Dr. McCoy came from a well-established private practice at Texas Dermatology Associates, which is known for treating complex, systemic skin diseases. He also served as principal owner of a communications consulting firm, where he developed innovative solutions to the challenges of the changing health care industry.
When Baylor University Medical Center opened its outpatient cancer center, the largest in North Texas, Dr. McCoy was selected as medical director of the Melanoma and Skin Tumor Clinic. In addition, he continued teaching for the Baylor Dermatology Residency program from 2010 to 2012, where he also forged alliances with "sister" residency programs in Texas to enhance learning opportunities for all dermatological residents.
Dr. McCoy has had significant experience in the public policy arena, serving as chair of the Texas Medical Association (TMA) Council on Legislation and chair of the TMA Political Action Committee (TEXPAC). He was also appointed by Texas Gov. Rick Perry to the Texas Statewide Health Coordinating Council (2012-2017).
His professional affiliations and community involvement include the following: the Texas CASA Board, the Dallas County Medical Society Board and the TMA Board of Trustees. He is also past president of the Navarro College Foundation and the Texas Dermatological Society.
Dr. McCoy graduated summa cum laude with a bachelor’s degree in biology from Tarleton State University, and he earned an M.D. at the University of Texas Southwestern Medical School in Dallas.
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Sisters Network Inc
Sisters Network Inc. is the only National African American breast cancer survivorship organization. We are committed to increasing local and National attention to the devasting impact that breast cancer has in the African American community.