Healthcare Opportunites Workgroup

The Healthcare Opportunities Workgroup was established in 2011 by  Executive Directors of the 39 Texas Council Community Centers to assist Centers in preparation for significant opportunities and challenges presented by the changing healthcare landscape.


New! Community Centers and the Texas 1115 Medicaid Transformation Waiver (January 2015)


Technology, Clinical Informatics and Accelerated Innovation




STC 48 Transition Plan

1115 Transformation Waiver

Medicaid Managed Care

See the Texas Council Intranet Managed Care Page:

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Trauma-Informed Care

SAMHSA National Center for Trauma-Informed Care

National Council Trauma-Informed Care: A Call to Arms

Cenpatico and Texas Foster Care

Cultural Competency/Inclusion

U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, National Partnership for Action to End Health Disparities

Joint Center for Political and Economic Studies

The Manager's Electronic Resource Center

Mental Health America Centers for Technical Assistance

Integration of Physical and Behavioral Health

Primary and Behavioral Healthcare Integration Projects in Texas 

SAMHSA Grant (October 2009 throught September 2013)

A Case Study: Missouri Medicaid (MO HealthNet)

Adopt Effective New Technologies

Meaningful Use Implementation Tracking Tool (Template)

Improve the Customer Experience

MHCA Customer Satisfaction Survey

The Recovery Oriented Service Evaluation (American Association of Community Psychiatrists, 2007)

Customer Service Resources for Community Centers

David Lloyd with MTM Services


Build Workforce Capacities

Protocol for Physician Assistants and Advanced Practice Nurses

Define and Deliver Outcomes

Performance Improvement Project

Define True Costs of Services, Productivity Requirements and Required Services

"Financial Management for Non-Profit Organizations: Policies and Practices," by John Zeitlow, Jo Ann Hankin, and Allen G. Sneider

Risk Management Association's Finanical Ration Benchmark Report

Web Only Resources

SAMHSA Description of a Modern System

SAMHSA Strategic Initiatives


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