BY THE NUMBERS
Central Health is the local governmental entity responsible for purchasing health care services for eligible low-income Travis County residents. As a steward of public funds, Central Health carefully balances fiscal responsibility with the growing need for health care services among Travis County’s low-income and uninsured populations.
OUR NETWORK INCLUDES
AND DOZENS OF ADDITIONAL CARE PROVIDERS
IN 2018, AS A DIRECT RESULT OF CENTRAL HEALTH FUNDING:
PEOPLE RECEIVED HEALTH CARE SERVICES
Providing health care to more than one out of every 7 Travis County residents
PEOPLE RECEIVED PREMIUM ASSISTANCE FOR THEIR HEALTH INSURANCE PLANS
Including 1,532 Austin musicians and music industry professionals enrolled in HAAM and SIMS
PEOPLE RECEIVED SCREENING AND ASSISTANCE OBTAINING HEALTH CARE COVERAGE
A 7,419 year-over-year increase
CENTRAL HEALTH ENTERPRISE PARTNERS
The Community Care Collaborative (CCC) is a non-profit partnership formed in 2013 between Central Health and Seton Healthcare Family to better manage the care of their shared low-income and uninsured populations.
In 2018, the CCC enrolled 46,750 uninsured Travis County residents in the Medical Access Program, providing coverage for essential primary care, specialty, dental, hospital and behavioral health services.
CommUnityCare Health Centers is a separate but affiliated 501(c)(3) organization of Central Health that provides medical, dental, behavioral health and prescription services through Travis County’s largest network of Federally Qualified Health Centers (FQHCs).
In 2017 CommUnityCare provided 356,518 medical, behavioral health and dental encounters to 98,907 unique patients.
In 2017 Sendero enrolled 43,845 people in its Medicaid, CHIP and Affordable Care Act (ACA)-qualified insurance plans.