Reports and Presentations
The Foster Care Rate Methodology Report contains information developed by HHSC and DFPS to provide context and considerations regarding Public Consulting Group (PCG) key findings and recommendations. More specifically, the report provides considerations for implementation and anticipated fiscal impacts of implementation of the recommendations made by PCG.
This report provides an evaluation of Medicaid and CHIP current and historical reimbursement methodologies. The evaluation includes analysis of current cost and payment data, program information and survey responses from children's hospital providers.
This report contemplates a bulk purchasing agreement between HHSC, TDCJ, ERS, and TRS for direct acting antiviral (DAA) Hepatitis C drugs.
The quarterly report reflects activities and findings of the Data Analytics Unit.
This report describes HHSC valued-based enrollment methodology as an incentive program that automatically enrolls a greater percentage of Medicaid recipients who have not selected a managed care plan into a plan based on quality of care, efficiency and effectiveness of service provision, and performance. The report includes metrics for the incentive program that are transparent to managed care plans and providers in three areas: cost, quality of care and Medicaid member satisfaction.
As required by the 86th Legislature, this report contains details on fair market rental values for state-owned housing and revenues collected for rental units on the campuses of state hospitals and state supported living centers.
This report addresses requirements in Health and Safety Code §614.013 and §614.017. Health and Safety Code §614.013 and §614.017 requires HHSC to submit a report to the Legislative Budget Board no later than September 1 of each fiscal year its efforts to facilitate the exchange of information between agencies. The report must include but is not limited to: the manner in which information is exchanged between agencies, the frequency with which information is exchanged, the type of information most frequently exchanged and the agencies most frequently involved in the exchange of information.
Presents survey data for adult and child consumer measures of community integration outcomes. The measures were selected by a stakeholder workgroup.
To comply with CMS regulations governing the settings where Medicaid home and community based services (HCBS) can be provided, HHSC plans to transition from day habilitation services to a more integrated service called Individualized Skills and Socialization (ISS).
Quarterly Rider 165 report for TIERS reflecting actual expenditures, cost savings, and accomplishments.