Posts tagged "HHS"

HHSC: Perinatal Advisory Council

Perinatal Advisory Council develops and recommends criteria for designating levels of neonatal and maternal care. The Perinatal Advisory Council, created by House Bill 15 of the 83rd Texas Legislature (Regular Session),…
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HHSC: Health and Human Services System Coordinated Strategic Plan 2021–2025 – Public Hearing

Welcome. The hearing was convened by Jordan Dixon, HHSC, and Lara Lamprecht. Overview of Health and Human Services System Strategic Planning Elements.

Comments will be accepted until 5 p.m. on September 1, 2020. Email comments should be sent to Include your name and whether you’re representing an organization or if you’re commenting as a private citizen. Health and Human Services Commission

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DSHS: Public Health Funding and Policy Committee

The Public Health Funding and Policy Committee (PHFPC) is charged with identification of core public health services. PHFPC has approached this charge in different ways that have sought to characterize how the Texas Public Health System – a system based on Home Rule, local ordinance and code, state, and regional organization – might develop a standardized set of agreed-upon core services.
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HHSC: Payment Rate Proposals for Non-State ICF/IID and HCS

HHSC conducted a joint hearing to address rates for Non-State ICF/IID and HCS programs. Hearing (ICF/IID). There are currently no draft or proposed rules. The Texas Health and Human Services Commission (HHSC) conducted a public hearing to receive comment on proposed payment rates for the non-state operated Intermediate Care Facilities for Individuals with Intellectual Disabilities (ICF/IIDs). The proposed rates will be effective September 1, 2019.
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86th Texas Legislature Health and Human Services: End of Session Report

INTRODUCTION. This report is provided to address many of the key issues identified during the 86th Legislative Session. Section 1 of the report summarizes appropriation issues at a very high level. Only items addressed in HB1 are included. Items requested, but not funded are not included. The summary is organized by topic area. Additionally, there is a specific section where appropriation issues identified by the Department of Family and Protective Services and the Department of State Health Services are summarized. Section 2 of the report addresses both rider summaries and summaries of substantive legislation by subject area. Riders that appear in one area are not repeated in another area. Similarly, substantive legislation is only referenced and summarized once, although they may address several substantive areas.
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