Austin continues to be one of Texas' most innovative and tightly consolidated healthcare markets. The market's largest integrated delivery networks have made an effort in the previous year to expand their footprints and create additional touchpoints for patients, who stand to benefit from refinement of the state's telemdicine regulations. Health plans, the major counterweight to Austin's IDNs, face growing consolidation in the market but are also finding a favorable environment for innovative benefit plan designs for employers, which creates a positive outlook for market share.


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