Reports and Presentations
The Legislature directed HHSC to design and implement an acute care and long tern services and supports system for individuals with an intellectual and developmental disability (IDD). The 2023 annual report provides an update to the Legislature on the implementation of the IDD system redesign.
The Aging Texas Well Strategic Plan for 2024-2025 identifies the issues that older adults, informal caregivers, and aging services providers identified as top priorities impacting older adults; the strategies HHSC, other state agencies, service providers and other community partners developed to address these priorities; and progress towards implementing these strategies.
Out of funds appropriated above, HHSC shall prepare a report on the census at each mental health state hospital with a breakdown of civil, forensic, and maximum-security patients. HHSC shall submit the report to the Legislative Budget Board, Office of the Governor, Senate Finance Committee, House Appropriations Committee, and permanent committees in the Senate and House of Representatives with jurisdiction over health and human services by October 1 of each fiscal year for the previous fiscal year.
The HHSC presentation to the House Human Services Committee is regarding Mandatory Managed Care Contracting.
This presentation helps to visualize and explain the function of the 211 Services and Program.
Per RP-49, 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.
This presentation provides an overview of HHSC programs and budget. It also provides historical financial and outcome trends.
Updates on Federal Rules for Opioid Treatment Programs as requested by the Texas House Public Health Committee.
Updates on Remote Patient Monitoring as requested by the Texas House Public Health Committee.
This presentation provides an overview of HHS's mission, vision, organizational structure, and key functions. It covers key budget drivers and highlights of House Bill 1. It also summarizes the agency's exceptional item requests as well as caseload and cost growth trends.