A sweeping agreement, with an initial term of 25 years, will establish a new health care delivery system for the needy in Travis County and deepen ties between Central Health, the public hospital district, and the private, nonprofit Seton Healthcare Family.
That master agreement, with options to renew every five years, gives Seton new powers to make decisions about managing the care of patients who Central Health serves through its affiliated CommUnityCare clinics.
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