Reports and Presentations
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February 8, 2023
The Non-Physician Mental Health Professionals serves as a mental health and substance use resource for school districts located in the region served by a regional Education Service Center (ESC) and in which the LMHA or LBHA provides services. The Legislature requires and annual report on the outcome of their services.
January 18, 2023
The Medically Dependent Children Program Monitoring Report is a legislatively required report containing information and data related to access to care for Medicaid recipients receiving benefits under the MDCP waiver program for the first quarter of state fiscal quarter 2023.
January 17, 2023
This biennial report prepared by the Chronic Kidney Disease Task Force provides recommendations based on reviews and discussions of CKD prevention and self-management, cost-savings studies, and evidence-based research studies.
January 10, 2023
This report documents the results of the annual statewide assessment of the language acquisition of deaf and hard of hearing students from birth through age 8.
January 6, 2023
This report outlines the revenue and expenses associated with the directed payment programs and demonstrates that the funds are mostly sufficient to cover the cost.
January 4, 2023
The executive commissioner of HHSC appointed regulatory staff, IDR staff, and long-term care providers to the council. A key council objective is to submit a report no later than January 1, 2023, outlining its recommendations to the executive commissioner, the governor, the lieutenant governor, the speaker of the House of Representatives, and the chairs of the appropriate legislative committees.
December 14, 2022
The Report on Suicide and Suicide Prevention in Texas was prepared by the Statewide Behavioral Health Coordinating Council (SBHCC) and is submitted in compliance with the 2022-23 General Appropriations Act, S.B. 1, 87th Legislature, Regular Session, 2021 (Article IX, HHSC, Section 10.04 (f)).
December 2, 2022
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 report describes HHSC Value-based Care Strategy and Managed Care Value-Based Payment Programs, Quality Improvement Programs, Trends in Quality Measures, MCO Performance Indicator Dashboard, HIV Viral Suppression, Relocation to a Community-Based Setting and Statewide Initiatives to Improve Maternal Health Care.
November 30, 2022
HHSC must implement a pilot allowing a woman during and after pregnancy enrolled in STAR to bring another child with her when using nonemergency medical transportation (NEMT) services. The intent of the bill is to increase access to prenatal and postpartum health care services; reduce pregnancy-related complications; and decrease the rate of missed appointments by this population.