A nonprofit charged with transforming health care for 50,000 uninsured or low income Travis County residents has an aggressive time frame to develop a system that is focused on keeping patients healthier and holding costs down.
Dr. Mark Hernandez, chief medical officer of the nonprofit Community Care Collaborative, told its board Tuesday thathe expects development of the new integrated health system to be done by Nov. 15. After that, the changes will roll out.
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