Health & Safety Code Section 103.013
(a)The council shall develop and implement a state plan for diabetes treatment, education, and training to ensure that:
(1)this chapter is properly implemented by the agencies affected;
(2)incentives are offered for private sources to maintain present commitments and to assist in developing new programs; and
(3)a procedure for review of individual complaints about services provided under this chapter is implemented.
(b)The state plan may include provisions to ensure that:
(1)individual and family needs are assessed statewide and all available resources are coordinated to meet those needs; and
(2)health care provider needs are assessed statewide and strategies are developed to meet those needs.
(b-1)The state plan may include provisions to address obesity treatment, education, and training related to:
(1)obesity-dependent diabetes; and
(2)the health impacts of obesity on a person with diabetes.
(c)The council shall make written recommendations for performing its duties under this chapter to the executive commissioner and the legislature. If the council considers a recommendation that will affect an agency not represented on the council, the council shall seek the advice and assistance of the agency before taking action on the recommendation. The council’s recommendations shall be implemented by the agencies affected by the recommendations.
(d)The council shall submit the state plan to the state agency designated as the state health planning and development agency not later than November 1 of each odd-numbered year.
(e)Each state agency affected by the state plan shall:
(1)determine what resources would be required to implement the portions of the state plan affecting that agency; and
(2)determine whether that agency will seek funds to implement that portion of the state plan.
(f)Not later than November 1 of each even-numbered year, each state agency affected by the state plan, other than a state agency represented on the council, shall report to the council, the Legislative Budget Board, and the Governor’s Office of Budget and Planning:
(1)information determined under Subsection (e); and
(2)each deviation from the council’s proposed plan, including an explanation for the deviation.
(g)The report required under Subsection (f) may be published electronically on a state agency’s Internet website. A state agency that electronically publishes a report under this subsection shall notify each agency entitled to receive a copy of the report that the report is available on the agency’s Internet website on or before the date the report is due.
Section 103.013 — State Plan,
https://statutes.capitol.texas.gov/Docs/HS/htm/HS.103.htm#103.013 (accessed Nov. 25, 2023).