Sendero Health Plans could shut down, leaving 24,000 people without health insurance

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Sendero Health Plans, a nonprofit health insurance provider for low-income individuals, could be shut down. That may yield tremendous business opportunities for insurance companies and the players that support such a network. Central Health, Travis County's public health district, voted Wednesday to remove funding for Sendero Health Plans and begin dismantling it, the Austin American-Statesman reports. It has about 24,000 members. Sendero was created in 2011 by Central Health, and has for years...

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