Tex. Gov't Code Section 542.0114
Informational Materials


(a)

To ensure that prospective pilot program participants are able to make an informed decision on whether to participate in the pilot program, the commission, in collaboration with the advisory committee and pilot program work group, shall develop and distribute informational materials that describe the pilot program’s benefits and impact on current services and other related information.

(b)

The commission shall establish a timeline and process for developing and distributing the informational materials and ensure that:

(1)

the materials are developed and distributed to individuals eligible to participate in the pilot program with sufficient time to educate the individuals, their families, and other persons actively involved in their lives regarding the pilot program;

(2)

individuals eligible to participate in the pilot program, including individuals enrolled in the STAR+PLUS Medicaid managed care program, their families, and other persons actively involved in their lives receive the materials and oral information on the pilot program;

(3)

the materials contain clear, simple language presented in a manner that is easy to understand; and

(4)

at a minimum, the materials explain that:

(A)

on the pilot program’s conclusion, each pilot program participant will be asked to provide feedback on the participant’s experience, including feedback on whether the pilot program was able to meet the participant’s unique support needs;

(B)

participation in the pilot program does not remove an individual from any Medicaid waiver program interest list;

(C)

a pilot program participant who, during the pilot program’s operation, is offered enrollment in a Medicaid waiver program may accept the enrollment, transition, or diversion offer; and

(D)

a pilot program participant has a choice among acute care and comprehensive long-term services and supports providers and service delivery options, including the consumer direction model and comprehensive services model.
Added by Acts 2023, 88th Leg., R.S., Ch. 769 (H.B. 4611), Sec. 1.01, eff. April 1, 2025.

Source: Section 542.0114 — Informational Materials, https://statutes.­capitol.­texas.­gov/Docs/GV/htm/GV.­542.­htm#542.­0114 (accessed Jun. 5, 2024).

542.0001
Definitions
542.0002
Conflict with Other Law
542.0003
Delayed Implementation Authorized
542.0051
Redesign of Acute Care Services and Long-term Services and Supports System for Individuals with an Intellectual or Developmental Disability
542.0052
Intellectual and Developmental Disability System Redesign Advisory Committee
542.0053
Implementation of System Redesign
542.0054
Annual Report on Implementation
542.0101
Definitions
542.0102
Pilot Program to Test Person-centered Managed Care Strategies and Improvements Based on Capitation
542.0103
Alternative Payment Rate or Methodology
542.0104
Pilot Program Work Group
542.0105
Stakeholder Input
542.0106
Measurable Goals
542.0107
Managed Care Organization Selection
542.0108
Managed Care Organization Participation Requirements
542.0109
Required Benefits
542.0110
Provider Participation
542.0111
Care Coordination
542.0112
Person-centered Planning
542.0113
Use of Innovative Technology
542.0114
Informational Materials
542.0115
Implementation, Location, and Duration
542.0116
Recipient Enrollment, Participation, and Eligibility
542.0117
Pilot Program Information Collection and Analysis
542.0118
Pilot Program Conclusion
542.0119
Evaluations and Reports
542.0120
Transition Between Programs
542.0121
Service Transition Requirements
542.0151
Delivery of Acute Care Services to Individuals with an Intellectual or Developmental Disability
542.0201
Transition of Icf-iid Program Recipients and Certain Other Medicaid Waiver Program Recipients to Managed Care Program
542.0202
Recipient Choice of Delivery Model
542.0203
Required Contract Provisions
542.0204
Responsibilities of Commission Under Subchapter

Accessed:
Jun. 5, 2024

§ 542.0114’s source at texas​.gov