Reports and Presentations
This report evaluates the use of benefits under the STAR Health program for children in foster care to better coordinate the provision of Medicaid healthcare services.
The Texas Cares report for fiscal year 2023 is submitted in accordance with Texas Health and Safety Code, Section 65.204, which requires the Health and Human Services Commission (HHSC) to submit an annual report to the Governor, Lieutenant Governor, Speaker of the House of Representatives, and standing committees of the Legislature with primary jurisdiction over the program.
Written report to the Executive Commissioner on the State Medicaid Managed Care Advisory Committee activities and policy recommendations on the statewide implementation and operation of Medicaid managed care in 2022-2023.
This is a report on a program that provides peer counseling services, training, technical assistance and other mental health related services to staff, community partners, service members, veterans, and their family members.
This report contains the maintenance of effort information for federal grants received by HHSC as of March 2023.
The sixteenth report 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.
GR funds to be used to the extent possible to draw down additional federal funds through the 1115 Transformation Waiver or other federal matching opportunities.
The quarterly report reflects activities and findings of the Data Analytics Unit.
The 2023 Alternatives to Abortion Report includes: an introduction to the HHSC A2A program, the total number of A2A providers, total number of unduplicated clients served by each provider, a description of A2A outreach efforts by providers and HHSC, total expenditures by method of financing, total contract amounts by provider, and outcome measures included in contracts with providers.
All Texas Access is a legislatively mandated initiative that focuses on increasing access to mental health services in rural Texas communities. HHSC is collaborating with the rural-serving LMHA and LBHAs to focus on diverting more Texans with mental illness away from the criminal justice system and into treatment.