Reports and Presentations
December 31, 2020
Quarterly Rider 165 report for TIERS reflecting actual expenditures, cost savings, and accomplishments.
The eighth quarterly report with analysis of selected data related to pediatric acute care therapy services (including physical, occupational, and speech therapies) and assessment of impact on access to care.
December 21, 2020
This report identifies opportunities and makes recommendations for each of the state agencies and institutions on the Statewide Behavioral Health Coordinating Council regarding improving data collection for suicide-related events, using data to inform decisions and policy development relating to suicide prevention, and decreasing suicide in Texas.
December 18, 2020
This report shows funds recouped from local authorities in fiscal year 2020 including the amount of the recoupment by strategy; the reasons for the recoupment; the local authorities involved; and any contract requirements not met.
December 16, 2020
S.B. 55, 84th Legislature, Regular Session, 2015, created the Texas Veterans + Family Alliance (TV+FA) grant program. Since the program was established, HHSC has implemented five grant phases.
December 14, 2020
This report describes the statewide initiatives that HHSC will require managed care organizations to implement to improve quality of maternal health care in Texas.
December 9, 2020
The 2020 version of the Telemedicine, Telehealth, and Home Telemonitoring Services in Texas Medicaid report provides client utilization and provider expenditure trends for these services for fiscal years (FY) 2018 and 2019.
December 7, 2020
This report provides a comprehensive overview of the Texas Health and Human Services system’s strategies, programs, and initiatives to reduce maternal mortality and morbidity.
December 3, 2020
This is a report on the impact of patient- specific and lump- sum supplemental payment funding used to offset hospital uncompensated care costs, the impact of health care reform efforts on the funding streams that reimburse uncompensated care, and the future of these funding streams.
This report documents the number of youth formerly in foster care who do not renew their Medicaid and therefore do not maintain continuous health coverage until age 26 and includes recommendations to improve the rate of youth formerly in foster care who maintain continuous health care coverage.