Our Fiscal Year 2016 Accomplishments
In 2016 Central Health funded care for more than 143,000 Travis County residents.
THROUGH THE COMMUNITY CARE COLLABORATIVE:
- 41,654 people enrolled in the Medical Access Program (MAP)
- 180,044 primary care encounters
- 40,078 dental encounters
- 53,272 emergency department encounters
- 23,447 specialty care encounters
- 265,866 medical encounters
- 46,044 dental encounters
- 16,472 behavioral health encounters
THROUGH SENDERO HEALTH PLANS
- 20,000 people enrolled in IdealCare
- 13,068 people enrolled in STAR (Medicaid)
- 1,978 people enrolled in CHIP
- Central Health funded health care services for more than 143,000 people
- Central Health provided Health Insurance Marketplace premium assistance funding for 842 people, allowing them to enroll in IdealCare insurance coverage through Sendero Health Plans
- Specialty care encounters for Medical Access Program (MAP) patients increased by 4,295 visits—22 percent— over the previous year
- Central Health completed Phase 2 of the Central Health Southeast Health & Wellness Center
- CommUnityCare opened the Sandra Joy Anderson Health and Wellness Center on the campus of Huston-Tillotson University
- People’s Community Clinic, a primary care provider for Medical Access Program patients, added a new clinic location in Northeast Austin
- The Dell Medical School at The University of Texas at Austin opened its doors to its first class June 27
- Central Health partnered with Integral Care to break ground on the new Judge Guy Herman Center for Mental Health Crisis
- Central Health launched the Community Health Champions, a diverse group of volunteer community members interested in learning about Central Health and creating community engagement on local health care issues
- Central Health funded 33 Delivery System Reform Incentive Payment (DSRIP) projects, which achieved 92 percent of their goals and earned more than $118 million in local and federal matching funds to support innovations in health care
- Central Health maintained the lowest tax rate of any major hospital district in Texas
- The Board of Managers approved the Central Health Brackenridge Campus Master Plan, creating an outline to deliver continued financial support for safety-net health care
Previous Annual Reports
Each year Central Health creates an annual report which highlights the accomplishments achieved that fiscal year.
A PDF version of each of the annual reports to date is available below according to the fiscal year (FY).
The fiscal year (12-month accounting period) for Central Health begins October 1 and ends September 30.
Printed copies are also available upon request.