Family planning services and funding in Texas, 1987 final report, submitted to the Texas Department of Human Services, August 31, 1988 by David Malitz

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Published by s.n. in [Austin, Tex .

Written in English

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  • Texas.,
  • Texas

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  • Birth control -- Texas.,
  • Birth control -- Texas -- Finance.

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Statementby David Malitz.
ContributionsTexas. Dept. of Human Services.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsHQ766.5.U5 M315 1988
The Physical Object
Pagination3, 18, [16] leaves ;
Number of Pages18
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL1816551M
LC Control Number89623243

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The Texas Health and Human Services Commission (HHSC) Family Planning Program (FPP) provides comprehensive family planning and related health services statewide to reduce unintended pregnancies, positively affect future pregnancies and improve the.

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The Primary Health Care Services Program Policy Manual is a guide for contractors who deliver primary health care services. (a) Family planning services described in 25 TAC Chapter 56 (relating to Family Planning) are reimbursed as follows: (1) For physician and other practitioner services, physician-administered drugs and biologicals, and the administration of immunizations, providers are reimbursed the lesser of: (A) the provider's billed charges; or.

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ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. • Title XIX funds are available for family planning services provided to Texas Medicaid clients. We are here to help with your sexual and reproductive health. We can offer you health information, clinical services, education, training and research.

We work with people of any gender, age, ethnicity or sexual orientation. More than two years after conservative Texas legislators cut funding of family planning clinics by two-thirds, a report has revealed just how devastating the cuts have been for the welfare of many women who now no longer have access to contraceptives, pap smears, life-saving cancer treatments and other critical services.

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The following documentation had been available at NHIC website. Some family-planning funding in Texas will soon be under new management.

The federal government announced today that it would no longer give a large slice of federal family-planning funds to the. By late fallthe Texas Department of State Health Services estimated that the number of people receiving family-planning services would be reduced byPublic-health experts were alarmed.

As a result, 82 family planning clinics closed, and the number of Texans receiving services through Title X dropped by 50 percent in the year after the budget cuts. A study last year identified a. family planning and the locations of clinics receiving family planning funding from HHSC.

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Several states have already taken substantial steps to reduce public funding for family planning and other reproductive health services. InTexas enacted the most radical legislation to date, cutting funding for family planning services by two thirds — from $ million to $ million for the 2-year period.

The program provided family planning and health services to women ages 18 to 44 with income at or below percent of the poverty line and who did not qualify for Medicaid. The state law conflicted with Medicaid’s “free choice of provider” provision under federal regulations.

Maternal healthcare in Texas refers to the provision of family planning services, abortion options, pregnancy -related services, and physical and mental well-being care for women during the prenatal and postpartum periods. The provision of maternal health services in each state can prevent and reduce the incidence of maternal morbidity and mortality and fetal death.

The Texas Health and Human Services agency (HHSC) is required by May 1 to release an updated report on the state’s two family planning programs—the Healthy Texas Women (HTW) program and the Family Planning Program (FPP).

for information about family planning and the locations of clinics receiving family planning funding from HHSC. The Gynecological, Obstetrics, and Family Planning Title XIX Services Handbook (Vol.

2, Provider Handbooks) for information about Texas Medicaid fee-for service and Title XIX. In addition, family planning helps women prepare for healthy pregnancies, improving the well-being of both women and their babies. Texas has a large unmet need for affordable family planning services: roughly million Texas women need publicly funded family planning, and inour key family planning programs servedwomen.

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The free or low-cost services offered through the Family Planning Program help reduce unintended pregnancies, allow people to determine the number and spacing of their children, and. Welcome: Texas Medicaid Provider Procedures Manual This manual is a comprehensive guide for Texas Medicaid providers.

It contains information about Texas Medicaid fee-for-service benefits, policies, and procedures including medical, dental, and children’s services benefits. The home page for the Texas Department of State Health Services Note: Javascript is disabled or is not supported by your browser.

All content is viewable but it will not display as intended. Day Lawmakers slashed family planning funding by two-thirds. The Department of State Health Services expects aboutTexas women will lose access to.

The Texas Department of State Health Services (DSHS) and the Texas Health and Human Services Commission (HHSC) oversee services provided for family planning preventive health, medical services, counseling services, and educational services.

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Our services are very affordable. But funding for Title X as a percentage of total public funding to family planning client services has steadily declined from 44% of total expenditures in to 12% in Medicaid has increased from 20% to 71% in the same time.

InMedicaid contributed $ billion to public family planning. The billion spent on publicly funded. For years, Republican lawmakers in Texas have argued that defunding family planning services and Planned Parenthood was necessary to reduce the number of “immoral” abortions being performed in the state.

But a new study shows exactly the opposite is true, and the justification for those funding cuts is based on a statistical falsehood. BACKGROUND The federal and state governments have long subsidized family planning services, and to a lesser extent abortion, for low-income individuals in the United States.

Public funding for family planning services comes from a variety of sources. The relative importance of these sources differs considerably according to how each state’s policymakers have decided to fund.

Pogue said the biggest blunder is Paxton’s apparent conflation of Title X family planning funding and Texas’ pending Medicaid waiver for its Healthy Texas Women Program, which the state. Family planning services are services provided to individuals of childbearing age to temporarily or permanently prevent or delay pregnancy.

Based on Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) policies, the Indiana Health Coverage Programs (IHCP) also considers the following services, provided. In addition to cutting family planning funding by more than $70 million, the Legislature also funneled what remained of the state’s available family planning dollars away from specialty.

The measure requires the family planning programs run by the Department of State Health Services (DSHS) — which treat somewomen a year — to prioritize funding to state or locally-run public health clinics, then private full-service clinics, over clinics that only provide family planning and women’s health care (namely Planned.

The state has since restored some family-planning funding and started its own women’s health program in that restricts abortion providers and affiliates from participating. Since budget cuts took effect last September, the Department of State Health Services has implemented the Legislature’s order to reduce family planning funding through its department by two-thirds, from $ million during the last biennium to $ million in this one.

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Below you will find a map of many options for family planning in Houston. Locate your home on the map to learn more about family planning services near you. Be sure to click on each blue map plot to learn more information about all the family planning clinics on this map.Although much of the attention of the family planning world is focused on the leading funding sources—Title X, Medicaid and state revenues—two long-standing federal block-grant programs are important sources of financial support for the provision of publicly subsidized family planning services.

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