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Behavioral and Home Health Care Services Expansion

Catalyst has started working with Elara Caring and Medical City-Green Oaks to expand our behavioral health services. Read More

Catalyst Joins Better Therapeutics Study of Digital Diabetes Treatment

Catalyst is partnering with Better Therapeutics to study the effectiveness of digital cognitive behavioral therapy approaches to treat type 2 diabetes. Read More

Catalyst Health Network Expands Digital Impact for Providers, Payers and Patients Through Parent Company’s Acquisition of Medibookr

The acquisition represents a significant milestone in Catalyst’s strategy to combine team-based care with best-in-class technologies to support patients and providers throughout the care journey Read More

Certified Diabetes Care & Education Specialist and Registered Dietician Join Care Team

Catalyst Health Network is pleased to welcome Certified Diabetes Care & Education Specialist, Crysta Delin, and Registered Dietician Mayra Rivas to the Catalyst Health Network Care Team! Read More

Here are some ideas to steal from this year’s Top 100 Places to Work winners

Good things can happen in bad times, and many of our winners say the creative ways they discovered to keep close while staying distant are worth keeping, even post-pandemic. Read Article

Texas ACO adds 100 primary care physicians

May 11, 2020Catalyst Health Network will add 100 primary care practices in the greater Austin and Hill Country regions. Read More

Catalyst Health Network Adds Nearly 100 Central Texas Doctors

May 11, 2020The value-based care group will now total more than 850 physicians in Texas. Read More

Zero deductibles and $5 copays? How American Airlines and Plano are cutting out-of-pocket health costs

Fort Worth offers free virtual visits, too, and penalties for going to the ER without a true emergency.

Value-Based Health Insurer Contracts Growing In Number, But Not Risk

While the number of value-based payment arrangements between payers and providers may be soaring, many of these relationships are structured in such a way that the incentive to improve health is not all that great.