Reports and Presentations
This report outlines how funding is appropriated to state agencies to meet specific social service needs for certain low income and at-risk populations through the Texas Title XX Social Services Block Grant.
This presentation provides an overview of HHS Information Technology, including the agency's 10-Year IT Modernization Plan.
This Rider provides the average cost per trip for MTP for SFY18, SFY19, and SFY20.
This progress report discusses potential untapped funding sources and other strategies for maximizing funding or cost savings in the Early Childhood Intervention (ECI) program.
This report discusses the agency’s progress towards meeting targeted Medicaid waiver program slot enrollment and interest list reductions for the 2020-21 biennium, as required in [2020-21 General Appropriations Act, House Bill 1, 86th Legislature, Regular Session, 2019 (Article II, Health and Human Services Commission [HHSC], Rider 20).
This presentation covers HHSC's procurement and contracting reform activities, including current and future improvement efforts. It also addresses the agency's response to a January 2021 report by the State Auditor's office.
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.
Section 260.003 required the executive commissioner of the Health and Human Services Commission to develop and publish model standards for the operation of a boarding home facility and specifies that these standards must address elements such as construction, fire safety, sanitary conditions, reporting and investigation of injuries and incidents, staff education and assessment of residents.
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.
Statute requires an adjusted final biennial plan on capacity following legislative action on appropriations for long-term care services for persons with an intellectual disability.