Interactive: Track Texas' Spending on Primary Care for Women

In an effort to rebuild the state’s women’s health infrastructure following the drastic cuts they made in 2011, Texas lawmakers in 2013 added $100 million to the budget to expand primary health care services for women in the 2014-15 biennium. They earmarked 60 percent of those funds for family planning services. Use this interactive to see how much the Department of State Health Services has awarded individual regions for primary women's health care in 2014, the percentage of that money expected to be spent on family planning and the total anticipated clients.

Variations in the percentage of women receiving family planning services depend on the state's contracts with providers in those regions.

Number of women expected to receive primary care services in 2014
  • 4,000

  • 8,000

  • 16,000

  • 32,000

Percent of anticipated clients expected to receive family planning services: 59 to 70 percent
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Organization Award Anticipated Clients Percent Receiving Family Planning Family Planning Clients

This interactive was produced with the support of the Dennis A. Hunt Fund for Health Journalism, a program of the USC Annenberg School of Journalism's California Endowment for Health Journalism Fellowships, and in partnership with Kaiser Health News, an editorially independent program of the Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation, a nonprofit, nonpartisan health policy research and communication organization not affiliated with Kaiser Permanente.

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