April 12, 2015
Posted: Thursday, April 9, 2015, 2:19pm CDT
By Kimberly Reeves– Austin Business Journal
A bill approved last Wednesday for $3.1 billion to benefit higher education construction and renovations unfortunately did not include either the new Rio Grande Valley or Austin medical schools. The Rio Grande school is still facing challenges in terms of funding, while the Austin school will be funded partially by Central Health.
Posted: April 8, 2015
By Joe Lanane- Community Impact News
New Downtown Austin Alliance President and CEO Dewitt M. Peart, who is replacing former DAA leader of 18 years Charlie Betts, speaks highly of the benefits to come to from both the Waller Creek revitalization project and the proposed Innovation Zone. Central Health’s Downtown Campus is at the epicenter of the Innovation Zone.
Posted: 7:00 p.m. Tuesday, April 7, 2015
By Sandra Guerra Thompson, Jessica Mantel – Special to the American-Statesman
The Statesman covers the ongoing, expensive, and counterproductive trend of jailing those who are in need of mental health services, and proposes Austin uses the Affordable Care Act, instead of Medicaid, to its advantage in treating this target population.