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Planning Report for the Redesign of San Antonio State Hospital and Reinvigoration of Behaviora Health Care in South Texas.
Methodist Healthcare Ministries' 2019 Legislative Agenda challenges Texas policymakers to establish a state where everyone is healthy - mind, body and spirit.
The University of Texas School of Public Health (UTSPH) is using all payer administrative claims and encounter data to compare access and quality measures of Medicaid enrollees to populations with commercial coverage.
Methodist Healthcare Ministries' 2017 Legislative Agenda challenges Texas policymakers to establish a state where everyone is healthy - mind, body and spirit.
Significant health differences for Blacks and Hispanics in Texas lead to higher health care spending, lost work productivity and a dramatic number of years lost to premature death.
In the summer of 2015, Methodist Healthcare Ministries of South Texas, Inc. engaged the Meadows Mental Health Policy Institute to review the performance of Bexar County behavioral health systems.
Prepared by Texas State Demographer Karl Eschback, Ph.D. for Methodist Healthcare Ministries of South Texas, Inc.
Technical Report prepared for Methodist Healthcare Ministries and Texas Impact Analysis by Billy Hamilton Consulting
Center for Public Policy Priorities