A four-month startup budget of nearly $9 million was approved Wednesday night for a new public-private nonprofit that will manage health care services for about 50,000 needy residents of Travis County.
In addition to setting the budget, the public Central Health board approved a series of agreements with its private partner, the Seton Healthcare Family. Officials said the agreements, more than a year in the making, will put Travis County on a new and better path for delivering health care services to the vulnerable.
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