Reports and Presentations
This report describes HHSC Value-Based Care Strategy Background, Managed Care Value-Based Payments Programs, the 1115 Healthcare Transformation Waiver, specifically the Delivery System Reform Incentive Payment Program, The Directed-Payment Programs, Trends in Key Quality Measures, HIV Viral Suppression and the number of individuals who relocated to a community setting.
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.
The report presents the work of the Ombudsman for Children and Youth in Foster Care for FY2021.
Article 46B.090(n) requires HHSC’s executive commissioner to submit a report concerning the jail-based competency restoration pilot program, including information collected and an evaluation of the outcome of the program.
This presentation encompasses details regarding HHSC involvement in the Children Without Placement issue.
This presentation encompasses details regarding HHSC regulatory oversight of unaccompanied minor children.
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.
Impact of COVID-19 on mental health needs of Texas children and effective treatment strategies.
This report contains the maintenance of effort (MOE) information for each federal grant received by HHSC as of September 2021. The Health and Human Services Commission is required to submit this information to the Legislative Budget Board by October 1 and April 1 of each year for each federal grant received by the agency that has an MOE requirement.
The Internal Audit Plan is a list of the schedule audits to be conducted in FY22 based on a business risk assessment focused on identifying and evaluating risks related to each major HHS activity and input from management. This summary of the divisions 2022 activities complies with the guidelines set forth by the State Auditor’s Office.