Visionary Healthcare Insights Unveiled by Dr. Marty Makary at Trinity University Event

SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS – Three years after the global pandemic, the world’s attention remains focused on health care. Trinity University, in partnership with Bank of America, recently hosted a Policy Maker Breakfast series to address these pressing issues. Dr. Marty Makary, a prominent figure in the healthcare industry, was the guest speaker at the sold-out event on Feb. 6.

Drawing on his extensive healthcare career and expertise, Makary provided an insightful analysis of the future of health care policy. With a nonpartisan perspective, visionary thinking, and financial foresight, he delved into the trajectory of the health care landscape in the next decade. His presentation offered a unique perspective on the best and worst aspects of the upcoming health care system, resonating with attendees.

Holding distinguished credentials as a graduate of Bucknell University, Jefferson Medical College, and the Harvard School of Public Health, Makary’s experience includes surgical residency at Georgetown University and sub-specialty training at Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine. He is also a member of the National Academy of Medicine and a former leader at the World Health Organization. Currently, he serves as a professor and the chief of Islet Transplant Surgery at Johns Hopkins University.

With a background encompassing over 250 peer-reviewed scientific articles and two New York Times bestselling books, Makary has been a prolific voice on the appropriateness of care, the evaluation of new medical interventions, and health care costs. His most recent book, “The Price We Pay”, won the 2020 Business Book of the Year Award.

The event facilitated essential conversations about understanding and navigating the ever-changing landscape of health care. Attendees expressed enthusiasm and commitment to seeking valuable insights into the future of health care policy. Looking ahead, Trinity University aims to continue these crucial conversations in the series of Policy Maker Breakfasts.

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