Brett P. Giroir, MD, is an internationally recognized expert in medicine, public health, and life sciences innovation. President Donald Trump nominated Dr. Giroir to be the Medical Director in the Regular Corps of the United States Public Health Service and the United States Assistant Secretary for Health.
Bruce D. Greenstein, recently appointed Chief Technology Officer at the US Department of Health and Human Services, updates the Austin Healthcare Council on current events in Washington, D.C. and touch on what is driving innovation and the optimal use of data across the HHS enterprise.
Karen DeSalvo, MD, MPH, MSc most recently served as Acting Assistant Secretary for Health at the US Department of Health and Human Services. In that role, Dr. DeSalvo oversaw 12 core public health offices and 10 regional health offices across the nation, and the development of public health policy recommendations.
Vice Admiral Dr. Raquel C. Bono shares her perspectives on the future of military medicine and the need for greater collaboration with the broad spectrum of civilian healthcare leaders in innovation, research and development, technology, and health care delivery.
Past US Senate Majority leader and keynote Speaker William Frist, MD discusses the future of healthcare and the benefits of Healthcare Councils in Austin and Nashville