Reports and Presentations

Note: These files are in PDF format unless otherwise noted.

Energy Savings Program Quarterly Report - Q2 - FY2024

Each state agency shall develop a plan for conserving energy and shall set a percentage goal for reducing its usage of electricity, gasoline, and natural gas. Each state agency shall submit the energy conservation plan to the Office of the Governor and the Legislative Budget Board no later than December 1, 2005. Each state agency shall report back to the Office of the Governor and Legislative Budget Board with goals achieved, and ideas for additional savings on a quarterly basis. The first quarterly report shall be due no later than April 1, 2006.

Annual Report on Federal Community Mental Health Block Grant Expenditures - 2024

This report includes all expenditures for programs that received MHBG funds during fiscal year 2023. HHSC uses the MHBG to fund a variety of mental health programs to offer a comprehensive array of adult, child, and community crisis mental health services.

Reporting of Waiting Lists for Mental Health Services - May 2024

The report gives the current waiting list and expenditure data for community health services for adults and children, forensic state hospital beds, and maximum-security forensic state hospital beds. This report covers quarters 3 and 4 of FY23 and quarters 1 and 2 of FY24.

End of Continuous Medicaid Coverage Dashboard - April 2024

Texas began planning for the unwinding of continuous Medicaid coverage in the summer of 2020. HHSC employed a proactive, multi-pronged communications campaign to inform recipients, health care providers, advocates, and other stakeholders about its plan to unwind continuous Medicaid coverage.

End of Continuous Medicaid Coverage Monthly Enrollment Report to CMS - May 2024 (Excel)

The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services requires states to report on specific metrics designed to demonstrate states' progress towards restoring timely application processing and initiating and completing renewals of eligibility for all Medicaid and CHIP enrollees as Continuous Medicaid.

Assisted Living Quality Study (Accessible) - 2024

The report assesses resident quality of life and care by reviewing at least 30 percent of the assisted living facilities, including those of varied license types, capacities, and geographic areas. Rider 147 called for on-site reviews of resident care and interviews with residents, facility staff, and long-term care ombudsmen, as well as an evaluation of facility policies, preventable occurrences, and adverse outcomes. *Disclaimer: This is not the original version submitted by the researchers; it has been formatted to meet HHSC's accessibility standards.

Assisted Living Quality Study - 2024

The report assesses resident quality of life and care by reviewing at least 30 percent of the assisted living facilities, including those of varied license types, capacities, and geographic areas. Rider 147 called for on-site reviews of resident care and interviews with residents, facility staff, and long-term care ombudsmen, as well as an evaluation of facility policies, preventable occurrences, and adverse outcomes.

Evolving the Landscape: A Report on Maximizing Resources and Long-Range Planning for Texas State Hospitals

This report presents a comprehensive analysis of Texas state hospitals' evolving landscape, focusing on maximizing resources and long-range planning to meet future needs.

Internal Audit Plan - Fiscal Year 2024 Revisions

The Internal Audit Plan is a list of the scheduled audits to be conducted in FY24 based on a business risk assessment focused on identifying and evaluating risks related to each major HHS activity and input from management. This addendum summarizes revisions made to the Internal Audit Plan for fiscal year 2024.

Biannual Report on Initiatives to Reduce Avoidable Emergency Room Utilization and Improve Health Outcomes in Medicaid - 2024

Fifth biannual report to provide an overview of HHSC’s efforts to coordinate with providers to identify and implement initiatives designed to reduce Medicaid recipients’ use of emergency room services as a primary means of receiving health care benefits and HHSC’s efforts to encourage Medicaid providers to continue implementing effective interventions and best practices that were developed and achieved under the DSRIP program.