By Market Intelligence Team

OPEN MINDS, The Behavioral Health & Social Service Industry Analyst Industry News Texas Children's Hospital (TCH) announced in August 2001 that it intends to withdraw as Houston's largest non-profit state children's health insurance plan (SCHIP) partner, due to projected financial losses. The move would affect nearly 48,000 children. In an August 20, 2001 termination letter to Texas Health and Human Services (HHSC) Commissioner Don Gilbert, the hospital's Chief Executive Officer Mark Wallace said the plan had lost $9.7 million and is projected to lose . . .
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By Market Intelligence Team

OPEN MINDS, The Behavioral Health & Social Service Industry Analyst Industry News Texas Children's Hospital (TCH) announced in August 2001 that it intends to withdraw as Houston's largest non-profit state children's health insurance plan (SCHIP) partner, due to projected financial losses. The move would affect nearly 48,000 children. In an August 20, 2001 termination letter to Texas Health and Human Services (HHSC) Commissioner Don Gilbert, the hospital's Chief Executive Officer Mark Wallace said the plan had lost $9.7 million and is projected to lose . . .
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OPEN MINDS, The Behavioral Health & Social Service Industry Analyst Industry News Texas Children's Hospital (TCH) announced in August 2001 that it intends to withdraw as Houston's largest non-profit state children's health insurance plan (SCHIP) partner, due to projected financial losses. The move would affect nearly 48,000 children. In an August 20, 2001 termination letter to Texas Health and Human Services (HHSC) Commissioner Don Gilbert, the hospital's Chief Executive Officer Mark Wallace said the plan had lost $9.7 million and is projected to lose . . .
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