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STC 48 Transition Plan 20150323
Transition Plan for Funding Pools. No later than March 31, 2015, the State shall submit a transition plan to CMS based on the experience with the Delivery System Reform Incentive Payment (DSRIP) pool, actual uncompensated care (UC) trends in the State, and investment in value based purchasing or other payment reform options.
1115 Waiver – Legislative Overview
In 2011, Texas Health and Human Services Commission (HHSC) and Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) agreed to move forward with an 1115 Medicaid Transformation Waiver that includes a new component to health care delivery: the Delivery Reform Incentive Payment (DSRIP) pool. DSRIP is designed to incentivize innovation to increase access, improve quality and better manage costs of healthcare for low income Texans.
Service Delivery Design for Persons with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities (IDD) 6/9/2014
Service Delivery Design for Persons with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities (6/2014)
Peer Services Report – 11/2013
Using Peer Specialists to Advance Recovery
Framework for the Future – 9/2013
Framework for the Future (9/2013)
Statewide Texas Access to Services Consultation Initiative – Final Report 4/4/13
The Texas Council of Community Centers selected MTM Services to manage and implement a measurement and improvement project for their member organizations. The goal of this project was to help ensure that Texas mental health centers would collectively and individually have adequate capacity to be an active participant in health care reform efforts in Texas.
Missouri Medicaid Integration – Additional Resource #12
Missouri has pioneered a program for Medicaid beneficiaries with severe mental illness that is based in community mental health centers (CMHCs) and provides care coordination and disease management to address the “whole person,” including both mental illness and chronic medical conditions.
SAMHSA Primary and Behavioral Health Care Integration (PBHCI) Grant – Additional Resource #11
In Federal Fiscal Year 2009, SAMHSA accepted applications for its Grants for Primary and Behavioral Health Care Integration (PBHCI). Three sites were awarded in Texas: Austin, Houston and Lubbock.
Integration in Texas – Additional Resource #10
The Lubbock Regional Mental Health and Mental Retardation Center (LRMHMRC) submitted and has been awarded SAMHSA grant for a Primary and Behavioral Health Care Integration Project. LRMHMRC will work with the Larry Combest Community Health and Wellness Center to initiate a clinic that will integrate primary medical services into psychiatric/mental health services provided to consumers who have serious mental illnesses.
Meaningful Use Template – Additional Resource #13
Use computerized provider order entry (CPOE) for medication orders directly entered by any licensed healthcare professional who can enter orders into the medical record per state, local and professional guidelines.
Protocol for PA and APN – Additional Resource #17
Advanced Practice Nurses (APN) and Physician Assistants (PA) contracted with or employed by Community Mental Health Center will be delegated prescribing privileges by supervising physicians through this protocol, in compliance with these references: Texas State Board of Medical Examiners; Texas Occupations Code, Chapters 157, 204; Texas Administrative Code Chapters 185, 193.
Performance Improvement Project – Additional Resource #18
This worksheet may be used as a guide while planning and conducting a performance improvement project. For the Annual QAPI Summary, document the completion of each step. Refer to the instructions in the accompanying CMS protocol for detailed information on each area
SAMHSA Description of a Modern System – Additional Resource – Web Only
Prevention of Substance Abuse and Mental Illness—Creating communities where individuals, families, schools, faith-based organizations, and workplaces take action to promote emotional health and reduce the likelihood of mental illness, substance abuse including tobacco, and suicide. This Initiative will include a focus on the Nation’s high-risk youth, youth in Tribal communities, and military families.
Additional Resource – Web Only – SAMHSA Description of a Modern System
Description of a Modern Addictions and Mental Health Service System – Substance Abuse Mental Health Services Agency
SAMHSA Strategic Initiatives – Additional Resource – Web Only
Description of a Modern Addictions and Mental Health Service System – SAMHSA