Reports and Presentations
Medically Dependent Children Program Monitoring Report is a legislatively required report containing, for the most recent state fiscal quarter, information and data related to access to care for Medicaid recipients receiving benefits under the Medically Dependent Children Program (MDCP) waiver program.
The twelfth report for December 2021 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.
This report provides findings and recommendations from the 2021 Utilization Review of the STAR+PLUS Managed Care program.
The Aging Texas Well Strategic Plan for the 2022-2023 biennium is submitted in accordance with Executive Order RP-42 (Appendix A). The executive order established key mandates to direct the ATW initiative and state leaders on policy planning for older Texans. The executive order also instructs the Aging Texas Well Advisory Committee to guide and support state leadership on aging-related matters and requires Texas Health and Human Services Commission to develop a biennial working plan to identify and discuss aging policy issues, guide state government readiness, and promote increased community preparedness for the aging Texas population.
This report provides information demonstrating continuity of services, amount of grants awarded to each grantee, expenditure amounts for program and administration, and oversight activities relating to child advocacy programs. Additionally, the report summarizes program data, explains the effectiveness of each advocacy contract, and discusses the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on both TXCASA and CACTX.
HHSC must implement contract provisions allowing an MCO to offer their members certain medically appropriate, cost-effective, evidence-based services in lieu of mental health or substance use disorder services specified in the Medicaid State Plan. HHSC is also required to prepare and submit an annual report on the number of times during the preceding year a service from the list included in the contract is used.
MHFA is an evidence-based curriculum used to teach individuals how to help someone who may be developing a mental health problem or experiencing a mental health crisis. Health and Safety Code, Section 1001.205(b) requires HHSC to report data on the number of persons trained in MHFA and a detailed accounting of expenditures.
This fourth quarterly report reflects activities and findings of the Data Analytics Unit for State Fiscal Year 2021.
Quarterly Rider 165 report for TIERS reflecting actual expenditures, cost savings, and accomplishments.
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.