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 providers so they may optimize patient care when care is delivered. Currently, the health care delivery system is not fully integrated. Existing protocols for shari ...[Read More]
Imagine being able to take a blood test that detects your risks of developing Alzheimer’s, and then getting a pill to prevent the disease from ever taking hold of your brain. A collaboration between Seton and the Dell Medical School at The University of Texas at Austin seeks to make that vision a reality one day. Seton and Dell Med have received a five-year grant from the Texas Council on Alzheime ...[Read More]
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 at The University of Texas is a key part of Dell Medical School’s mission to rethink how people get and stay healthy. The building brings many different specialties together on one ...[Read More]
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.
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 of Texas. With careful precision, Seton’s care teams and Austin-Travis County EMS ensured patients were moved safely from UMC Brackenridge to Dell Seton.
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 Harris also offers an action-based approach for leading teams to success.
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, the CCC updated its mission and values statements and developed a strategic plan that will guide our work through 2020.
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