The meetings of a new nonprofit expected to manage more than $100 million a year in taxpayer money will be held in public, Central Health officials said Tuesday.
The decision follows months of questions about the transparency of the nonprofit — a partnership between the public Central Health hospital district and the private Seton Healthcare Family. Earlier this year, Central Health agreed to open some meetings to the public in response to those questions. Now all will be public.
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