Reports and Presentations
This report fulfills the requirements of Texas Human Resources Code (HRC) Section 42.0412(e), which requires the Health and Human Services Commission (HHSC) to provide an annual report to the legislature that includes specific data concerning licensed daycare centers.
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 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 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.
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.
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.
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.
The executive commissioner of HHSC appointed regulatory staff, IDR staff, and long-term care providers to the council.
The Delivery of Health and Human Services to Young Texans report outlines services for children under six years of age, a critical time of early development which impacts children’s long-term outcomes. This biennial report updates the 2020 edition, as required by Government Code, Section 531.02492(b).
This report is required biennially to discuss the effects of telemedicine, telehealth and home telemonitoring services on the Texas Medicaid program including number of providers using these services, geographic disposition of these providers, the number of patients treated, the types of services provided, and the cost of utilization.