Dell Children’s Health Plan announces new Chairman
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Ascension Seton is proud to announce Christopher Born, President of Dell Children’s Medical Center, has been appointed Chairman of the Board of Dell Children’s Health Plan. Dell Children’s Health Plan is a health plan for the Children’s Health Insurance Program (CHIP) and STAR Medicaid programs, offering quality healthcare coverage for Central Texas families and individuals.
As chairman of the board, Born brings his extensive background in children’s health care and children’s health plans to Dell Children’s Health Plan. Prior to his role as President at Dell Children’s, Born served as President and CEO of Texas Children’s Health Plan, the nation’s largest health plan for children with more than 430,000 enrollees, a subsidiary of Texas Children’s Hospital.
“We are delighted that Chris will be serving as the chairman of Dell Children’s Health Plan,” said Marinan Williams, President and CEO of Dell Children’s Health Plan. “His 20 year leadership in the state with other Medicaid programs along with his tenure as the president of Dell Children’s Medical Center will enhance Ascension’s mission to provide care for vulnerable members of our community.”
“Every child deserves high-quality health care, and I’m excited to help broaden the reach of an underserved community,” said Born. “I look forward to working with my colleagues on the board to continue to help alleviate health inequities in Central Texas.”
Dell Children’s Health Plan offers experts in care for children. Members of the Dell Children’s Health Plan can choose from a large network of doctors and specialists. Dell Children’s Health Plan is committed to families living in Travis, Williamson, Burnet, Lee, Bastrop, Fayette, Caldwell and Hays counties.
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