Case Management for Children and Pregnant Women Rules and Policies

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Texas Medicaid Provider Procedures Manual (TMPPM)-The TMPPM will be updated monthly with policy and procedure changes that were implemented at the beginning of the previous month. The updated chapters will be published around the 15th of each month. The manual is available on the TMHP website on the Texas Medicaid Provider Procedures Manual Website Page and can be accessed by clicking the Reference Material button on any web page in the Texas Medicaid provider section.


The Case Management for Children and Pregnant Women program was implemented in September of 2003. 

Case Management for Children and Pregnant Women is a Medicaid-reimbursed case management program that provides health related case management services to Medicaid-eligible children and pregnant women. Case management is one component of the Texas Health Steps services available to children birth through age 20 who are Medicaid-eligible in Texas. 

Case management assists eligible clients in gaining access to medically necessary medical, social, educational and other services. 

Case Management for Children and Pregnant Women comply with the applicable federal and state rules and regulations:

Case Management for Children and Pregnant Women Policies provide the procedures for compliance with federal and state rules and regulations. Case management providers are required to ensure that all case management services are provided in compliance with policies.

Last updated January 22, 2014