Central Health is here to ensure that all Travis County residents have access to high-quality, cost-effective health care. With taxpayer support, Central Health and our network of partners are reinventing the health care delivery system to best serve residents with low income who are uninsured.
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Strategic Priorities for FY 2023
ACCESS AND CAPACITY
-Continue eastern Travis County site expansions in Hornsby Bend, Del Valle and Colony Park
-Development of multispecialty clinic at Rosewood-Zaragosa
-Implementation of Epic electronic health record
MEMBER ENROLLMENT AND ENGAGEMENT
-Implementation of MyChart patient portal
SYSTEM OF CARE INFRASTRUCTURE
-Development of financial and operational implementation plans
-Focus on affiliations with healthcare and community partners
-Continue development of direct clinical practices infrastructure
-Identify and support critical on-demand operational and administrative capacities
TAX RATE - 2022 Calendar Year (tax year) / Central Health Fiscal Year 2023
Tax Rate Information
The Travis County Healthcare District d/b/a Central Health adopted a tax rate that will raise more taxes for maintenance and operations than last year’s tax rate. The tax rate will effectively be raised by 6.0 percent and will raise taxes for maintenance and operations on a $100,000 home by approximately $5.47 (five dollars and forty-seven cents).
Travis County Healthcare District d/b/a Central Health (“Central Health”) contracts and purchases goods and services that are necessary to provide for the healthcare needs of those we serve. To become a vendor to Central Health visit our Purchasing page, then register with BidSync at no charge to be electronically notified of potential procurements and to submit proposals in response to requests.
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Meet Our Chief Financial Officer Jeff Knodel
Jeff Knodel serves as Central Health’s Vice-President and Chief Financial Officer. Jeff originally came to Central Health as the Regional Healthcare Partnership Director, directing Central Health’s role as the anchor entity for Regional Healthcare Partnership 7 of the 1115 Medicaid Waiver in Texas.