April 29, 2021 - 1:00pm
Microsoft Office Teams Live Event
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, this meeting will be conducted virtually using Microsoft Teams only. Join the meeting here.
There is not a physical location for this meeting.
Closed captioning for this meeting is available. Viewers are asked to highlight the closed captioning symbol "cc" on the bottom of their viewing screen to enable this function.
Attendees who would like to provide public comment should see the Public Comment section below.
- Welcome and introductions
- Adoption of January 28, 2021, draft meeting minutes
- Legislative appropriations requests for the 87th Texas Legislature (2021)
- Implementation of medically fragile benefit
- STAR+PLUS Pilot Program recommendations and timeline
- Electronic visit verification
- Texas Home Living renewal
- Non-emergency medical transportation transition from fee-for-service to managed care
- IDD-SRAC subcommittee updates
- Day Habilitation and Employment Services
- System Adequacy
- Transition to Managed Care
- Discuss the 2021 annual legislative report on the implementation of acute care and long-term service and supports for individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities
- Public comment
- Review of action items and agenda items for next meeting
Public Comment: The Texas Health and Human Services Commission (HHSC) welcomes public comments pertaining to topics related to any agenda items noted above. Members of the public who would like to provide public comment are asked to complete a Public Comment form.
Members of the public who would like to provide written public comment to HHSC may email no later than 5:00 p.m., April 27, 2021. Please include your name and either the organization you are representing or that you are speaking as a private citizen. Staff will not read written comments aloud during the meeting, but comments will be forwarded to State staff and Committee members for their consideration. Comments should not include confidential information or protected health information.
If you would like to register to provide oral comments, please mark the correct box on the Public Comment form. Instructions for providing oral comment will be emailed to you. Registration should be completed no later than 5:00 p.m., April 27, 2021. Members of the public may also use the Microsoft Teams Live Event Q&A section during the meeting to submit a request to provide public comment. The request must contain your name, either the organization you are representing or that you are speaking as a private citizen, and your direct phone number. Do not include confidential information or protected health information in comments.
Public comment is limited to three minutes. Each speaker must state their name and either the organization they are representing or that they are speaking as a private citizen. Public members who are using handouts are asked to provide an electronic copy in accessible PDF format. Handouts are limited to two pages (paper size: 8.5” by 11”, one side only). Handouts must be emailed to HHSC immediately after registering and include the name of the person who will be commenting. Do not include confidential information or protected health information in handouts. Staff will not read handouts aloud during the meeting, but handouts will be provided to members of the Committee and State staff. It is not permissible for public speakers to interject or ask questions to Committee members during the rest of the meeting.
Note: These procedures may be revised at the discretion of HHSC.
This meeting is open to the public. No reservations are required, and there is no cost to attend this meeting.
Contact: Questions regarding agenda items, content, or meeting arrangements should be directed to Beren Dutra, Advisory Committee Liaison, Medicaid and CHIP Services, at 512-428-1932 or IDD_SRAC@hhsc.state.tx.us.
Persons who want to attend the meeting and require assistive technology or services should contact Dutra at 512-428-1932 or IDD_SRAC@hhsc.state.tx.us at least 72 hours before the meeting so appropriate arrangements can be made.