Reports and Presentations
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.
The 28 area agencies on aging (AAAs) submit quarterly performance reports that provide data on the units and costs of each service and activity they provide.
As required by Section 32.047 of the Health and Safety Code, this report contains a five-year strategic plan to improve the diagnosis and treatment of and raise public awareness of hyperemesis gravidarum (HG).
Fourth 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.
The report details the demonstration project’s provision of comprehensive medical, therapeutic, and non-medical services to adults and children with special needs and best practices of the model.
The 2022-2023 General Appropriations Act, Senate Bill 1, 87th Legislature, Regular Session, 2021 (Article II, Health and Human Services Commission (HHSC), Rider 148) requires HHSC to submit a monthly report on “the total hours the state EVV system was unavailable, malfunctioning, or not accessible."
The Texas Women’s Health Programs Report Fiscal Year 2022 provides a summary of program enrollment, service utilization, and cost savings for Healthy Texas Women, the Family Planning Program, and Breast and Cervical Cancer Services.
The quarterly report reflects activities and findings of the Data Analytics Unit.
Monthly report on the total hours the state EVV systems were unavailable, malfunctioning, or not accessible.
HHSC is required to report twice a year to the Legislative Budget Board and Governor regarding waiting lists for mental health services.