Benefits of consolidation: four-year report.
Integrated eligibility determination: phase II: business case analysis (TIERS call centers).
Interim report to the 79th Texas Legislature.
H.B. 2292 transition plan.
Tex. H.B. 2292, 78th Leg., R.S., Amendment 138, Privatization of mental hospitals and state schools.
Tex. H.B. 2292, 78th Leg., R.S., Amendment 79, exempting Cameron County, Hidalgo County, Webb County, and Maverick County from health maintenance organization (HMO) model.
Much more - and much worse - than reorganization.
State workers, poor hit hard by Legislature.
HB 2292: Read it and weep.
Federal Medicaid relief funds could stop the elimination of Medicaid mental health services, other services.
Protecting the innocent.
Legislature's CHIP policy changes have already reduced children covered by 49,000.
Access to health care in Texas: a patient-centered perspective.
HHSC report proposes using call centers to determine eligibility for HHS programs.
Health law: non-emergency health care for illegal aliens.
The lottery: in search of the American dream, illegal immigrants gamble with their health and weigh down an already taxed public health care system.
Phone hell or taxpayer relief?
Children's Medicaid and SCHIP in Texas: tracking the impact of budget cuts.
States trying to sustain kids' health insurance.
Is regulatory relief in sight for long-term care providers in Texas?
Winning the jailhouse blues game.
How to stop Medicaid fraud.
What Hawkins knew.
Why Medicaid managed care is a must.
Benefits of consolidation four-year report.
Communicable disease control measures in Texas: a guide for health authorities in a public health emergency.
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