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Fiscal Year 2021 Annual Report
2021 BY THE NUMBERS
As the hospital district serving Travis County, Central Health creates access to care and coordinates health care services so residents with low income have the opportunity to get well and stay healthy. Central Health’s mission is to improve the health of the community by caring for those who need it most. To better fulfill this mission, in 2021 Central Health developed new primary care locations in underserved areas; expanded its network of specialty care providers; improved eligibility and health coverage enrollment services; and supported numerous Covid-19 response efforts. Central Health continues to help the community rebound from the pandemic, providing funding for more patients at more locations year-over-year.
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transparency bill requiring certain special purpose districts to annually provide records and other information concerning district finances and tax rates to the Comptroller of Public Accounts (Senate Bill 625 (SB 625). (Starting on September 1, 2019, special purpose districts that annually submit their Special Purpose District Financial and Tax Report to the Comptroller no longer have to submit the Local Government Debt Report.)
FROM COMPTROLLER.TEXAS.GOV: to increase the transparency of local government debt. Under LOCAL GOVERNMENT CODE § 140.008, political subdivisions and other subdivisions of state government must annually compile their debt obligation data from the preceding fiscal year.
ANNUAL FINANCIAL AUDIT REPORTS
At the conclusion of every fiscal year, an independent third-party audit of all Central Health finances is conducted and submitted to the Board of Managers. A report for each year of Central Health’s operation is available below.
Audited financial reports for the Community Care Collaborative are found at WWW.CCC-IDS.ORG.
The Board of Managers approved Central Health’s Purchasing Policy, which states that a “good faith effort” must be made to assist certified Historically Underutilized Businesses (HUB) vendors and contractors in its award of contracts and subcontracts.
Central Health has completed a Disparity Study about its utilization of Minority and Women Business Enterprises (“M/WBEs”) and Historically Underutilized Businesses (“HUBs”). This research project examines whether all firms have equal access to contracting opportunities on Central Health’s prime contracts and associated subcontracts and recommends strategies to ensure full and fair competition in Central Health contracting.