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Rideshare Plans in Works for CCC Pilot Project

A lack of accessible transportation limits a patient’s ability to receive the most appropriate level of care, at the appropriate time, in the best location. For this reason, the Community Care Collaborative (CCC), RideAustin, and... Read more

Curing Hepatitis C and Expanding Gastroenterology

In Travis County, 500 patients have been cured of Hepatitis C, thanks to the Community Care Collaborative, Central Health’s partnership with Seton Healthcare Family. To date, with work funded through the 1115 Waiver and performed... Read more

July Message from Dr. Mark Hernandez, Chief Medical Officer

Hi all, Hope this note finds everyone well and that you’re finding ways to beat the heat this summer. Many of you are familiar with my philosophy that all clinical providers need to be empowered... Read more

Spotlight on Patrick Decker, CCC Senior Architect

Spotlight on Patrick Decker, CCC Senior Architect

The Community Care Collaborative (CCC) Data Warehouse will add tremendous value to Travis County’s health care delivery system and to the people cared for by the CCC. The Warehouse adds comprehensive clinical insights for medical... Read more

Unveiling CCC’s Strategic Plan 2018-20

Unveiling CCC’s Strategic Plan 2018-20

The CCC’s vision is to create a healthcare delivery system that is a national model for providing high quality, cost-effective, person-centered care and improving health outcomes for the vulnerable population we serve. To that end,... Read more

A Message from our Partner | Dell Medical School at UT Austin

A Message from our Partner | Dell Medical School at UT Austin

A new issue of REthink, Dell Med’s digital magazine, is online. Community members respond to this edition’s One Big Question: What if Health Care Worked?, and challenge their colleagues to do the same. CBO Martin... Read more

A Message from our Partner | Dell Seton Medical Center at The University of Texas

A Message from our Partner | Dell Seton Medical Center at The University of Texas

A new era of care begins at Dell Seton On May 21, the historic University Medical Center Brackenridge closed and a new era of health care began at Dell Seton Medical Center at The University... Read more

Organized Health Care Arrangement

The Organized Health Care Arrangement (OHCA) was created to support the exchange of longitudinal patient records and related information. It is a foundational activity, necessary to integrate Travis County’s safety net health care delivery system.... Read more

New locations for Seton clinics

Several clinics at the Clinical Education Center have moved. Most of the clinics are now located at: • Health Transformation Building (HTB) located at 1601 Trinity St., across Waller Creek from Dell Seton Medical Center... Read more