In August, the Lyceum hosted the 32nd Texas Lyceum Public Conference focused onHealthcare in Texas. Hosting nearly 300 Texans, we discussed healthcare equity and access, maternal health, medicaid, physician deficiencies, and the opioid epidemic. Joined by national and state-wide industry leaders such as Dr. Doug Curran, Texas Medical Association, Dr. William Henrich, UT Health San Antonio, Steve Murdock, Ph.D., Rice University, Dr. Eduardo Sanchez, American Heart Association, and Dr. Ray Perryman, Perryman Group. The Texas Lyceum concluded the Friday program with a legislative panel discussion on Medicaid Funding with representatives from both sides of they aisle and featured a Fireside Chat exploring the community's response to the shooting in Sutherland Springs, TX. Click the image above to view the recap video. View sponsor, speaker, and Lyceum Fellow information.
The health of Texans is a critical and ongoing concern for business and civic leaders across our state, while at the same time being an intimate concern for our own families. At scale, our health indicators are strongly tied to our state’s economic development, global competitiveness and security. Like you, we want Texas to be healthy on all fronts. We invite you to join us in San Antonio on August 17, 2018 for our 32nd annual public conference, “Code Blue! The State of Texas Healthcare.” We expect 500 Texas business, political and healthcare leaders to participate in solution-oriented discussions on topics including access to healthcare, the uninsured in Texas, medicaid, maternal health, and health equity.
The demographics of San Antonio make it an especially important place to host this conference given that the San Antonio of today reflects what the United States will look like tomorrow.
Lukin Gilliand, Jr. and Marty Sutter