Mon, August 8, 22

Medicaid Monday: Managed Care Organizations Partnering with HHSC To Address Eligibility Issues After the Public Health Emergency

As the end of the COVID-19 Public Health Emergency approaches, the Texas Health and Human Services Commission (HHSC) is actively preparing to complete a large number of eligibility and enrollment actions. Beginning as soon as mid-October, an estimated 3.7 million Texans will need to have their Medicaid eligibility redetermined. For those individuals who found themselves needing Medicaid for the first time during the pandemic, this will be their first experience with the redetermination process. 

Mon, March 15, 21

Health Plans Helping to Bridge the Vaccine Gap

Throughout the COVID-19 Crisis, health plans have done their part to help Americans get and stay healthy. Now, they are helping to increase vaccinations, especially for the most vulnerable populations who may have the toughest time getting to vaccine sites.

Tue, March 10, 20

Statement from TAHP CEO on Coronavirus Preparedness Among Texas Health Plans

TAHP, its member companies, and our employees are heavily invested in the health of the Texas communities in which we live and serve, and we are fully committed to meeting this challenge. Texas health plans are working to help contain the virus, ensure people have coverage for and access to needed testing, and help patients who are infected receive the care and treatment they need.

Tue, March 10, 20

TAHP Statement on Commitment to Work with Gov. Abbott and State Leaders on Coronavirus Response

TAHP Statement on Commitment to Work with Gov. Abbott and State Leaders on Coronavirus Response

Tue, March 10, 20

Complete Coverage: Texas Health Insurance Providers Respond to Coronavirus

The Texas Association of Health Plans, its member companies, and our employees are heavily invested in the health of the Texas communities in which we live and serve, and we are fully committed to meeting this challenge. Texas health plans are working to help contain the virus, ensure people have coverage for and access to needed testing, and help patients who are infected receive the care and treatment they need.

Fri, November 1, 19

TAHP Joins New Learning Collaborative

A group of health sector stakeholders has launched a new learning collaborative designed to help Texas Medicaid health insurance plans develop and implement strategies to address the non-medical, root causes of poor health for patients across the state. The 12-month project will focus on access to healthy food, housing conditions, transportation, and other social factors that often have a direct impact on a person’s health.

Wed, October 30, 19

Texas Health Plans Urge State Congressional Delegation to Delay Health Insurance Tax

The Texas Association of Health Plans recently delivered the below letter to each member of the Texas Congressional delegation urging them to act swiftly to delay the Health Insurance Tax