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Fiscal Year 2020 Annual Report
The Covid-19 pandemic created an unprecedented challenge for Central Health patients to continue accessing the health care services they need and depend on. Fortunately, according to preliminary reporting, Central Health and its network of provider partners were able to continue providing care and assisting residents at levels close to, and sometimes above the previous year. Preliminary findings show:
- The total number of unduplicated patients served decreased year-over-year, although by a lesser margin and rate than may have been anticipated
- Central Health continued to improve access by increasing the total number of provider locations
- Total Medical Access Program (MAP) enrollment and enrollment assistance calls increased from FY 2019
- Enrollment of high-risk MAP patients into the CHAP program more than doubled
- In-person eligibility appointments dropped (as expected due to Covid restrictions)
- New enrollment in the MAP BASIC program continued to increase
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.
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 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.