The House finished their third reading calendar on Monday and the Senate followed on Tuesday, ending a day earlier than scheduled allowing the Senators to leave Indianapolis before the arrival of inclement weather.
SB 44 - Directs Dept. of Health and the Family & Social Services Administration (FSSA) to establish a workgroup to study access to electronic health information. Sen. Breaux/Rep. Clere. Hearing set, House Health, 2-10 at 10:30 in the House Chamber.
SB 51 - Directs Dept. of Health to adopt rules for facilities for TBI treatment. Sen. Pat Miller/Rep. Bacon. Assigned to House Health.
SB 80 - Revises Interim and Standing Committee structure. Sen. Long/Rep. Bosma. Passed the Senate, 48-0.
SB 142 - Names FSSA as the single state agency for Medicaid administration. Sen. Pat Miller/Rep. T. Brown. Referred to House Health.
SB 176 - Central Indiana transit. Sen. Pat Miller/Rep. Torr. Passed Senate, 28-20.
SB 180 - Requires Dept. of Health to make recommendations for program to treat veterans with Traumatic Brain Injuries. Sen. Banks/Rep.Zent. Passed Senate, 48-0.
SB 244 - Requires Professional Licensing Agency to recommend process to "certify" qualifications of individuals not otherwise required to be licensed. Sen. Pat Miller/Rep. T. Brown. Passed Senate, 48-0.
SB 248 - Requires FSSA to study/report on issues relating to psychiatric crisis intervention services. Sen. Crider/Rep. Clere. Hearing set, House Health, 2-10 at 10:30 in the House Chamber.
SB 406 - Amends Medicaid false claims provisions to conform with federal law. Sen. Mishler/Rep. Clere. Passed Senate, 48-0.
SB 419 - Requires reporting diagnosis of autism at any age to birth problems registry. Sen. Pete Miller/Rep. Frizzell. Passed Senate, 48-0.
HB 1380 - Requires FSSA to report on benefits provided to persons whose income does not exceed 200% of federal poverty level. Rep. Turner/Sen. Hershman. Passed House, 94-0.
HB 1391 - Reduces asset levels for CHOICE participation. Rep. Clere/Sen. Becker. Passed Senate, 96-0.
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