HB 90 (BR 347) - T. Burch, C. Embry Jr, S. Westrom
AN ACT relating to children's psychiatric residential treatment facilities.
Amend KRS 216B.450 to permit psychiatric residential treatment facilities to have nine beds and permit more than one psychiatric residential treatment facility on the same grounds that are not located in or on the grounds of a psychiatric hospital, specify maximum number of beds at 324 statewide distributed among four established mental hospital districts, and require state agencies to study and report on the need for specialized services for children placed in treatment facilities.
HB 90 - AMENDMENTS
HCS - Retain original provisions and define "freestanding" facility, reduce the number of beds statewide to 315, increase beds in District II from 81 to 99, decrease beds in District III from 117 to 90; amend KRS 216B.455 to include entities holding an approved certificate of need to those who may be granted nonsubstantive review of CON application, and require entities who do not open or operate a PRTF within 2 years of a CON approval to resubmit the application.
HFA (1, T. Burch) - Retain original provisions and specify that after July 1, 2006, entities with an approved certificate of need who do not open or operate a psychiatric residential treatment facililty shall be required to resubmit the application and shall not be granted a nonsubstantive review of the application.
SCS - Retain original provisions, except amend KRS 216B.455 to provide that a psychiatric residential treatment facility licensed and operating on the Act's effective date shall be granted nonsubstantive review of an application to increase the number of beds by one or two, depending on the type of facility, if the facility meets the cabinet's standards providing for stability of care, and exempt this application from any certificate of need moratorium; and delete provision requiring a facility that does not open or operate a psychiatric residential treatment facility within two years of certificate of need approval to resubmit the application.
SFA (1, T. Buford) - Amend KRS 205.540 to increase the membership of the Advisory Council for Medical Assistance from 18 to 19 members, and allow for membership on the council of a member of the Kentucky Association of Adult Day Centers; and amend KRS 205.590, relating to advisory committees to the Advisory Council for Medical Assistance, to establish the Technical Advisory Committee on Adult Day Health Care consisting of 5 members appointed by the Kentucky Association of Adult Day Centers.
SFA (2/Title, T. Buford) - Make title amendment.
SFA (3/Title, R. Roeding) - Make title amendment.
SFA (4, R. Roeding) - Attach the provisions of SB 52/HCS to HB 90/SCS.
SFA (5/Title, R. Roeding) - Make title amendment.
SFA (6, R. Roeding) - Retain original provision; attach the provisions of SB 17/GA.
SFA (7, R. Roeding) - Amend KRS 158.832 to define "Anaphylaxis" as an allergic reaction resulting from sensitization following prior contact with an antigen which can be a life-threatening emergency and amend the definition of "Medications" to include EpiPen or other auto-injectible epinephrine; amend KRS 158.834 to permit students with anaphylaxis in public or private schools to self-administer prescribed medications; amend KRS 158.836 to permit students that meet the requirements of KRS 158.834 to use anaphylactic medications when at school, at a school-sponsored activity, or before or after normal school activities while on school properties; EMERGENCY.
(Prefiled by the sponsor(s).)
Jan 6-introduced in House; to Health and Welfare (H)
Jan 8-posted in committee
Jan 29-reported favorably, 1st reading, to Calendar with Committee Substitute
Jan 30-2nd reading, to Rules
Feb 3-posted for passage in the Regular Orders of the Day for Wednesday, February 4, 2004
Feb 5-floor amendment (1) filed to Committee Substitute
Feb 9-3rd reading, passed 92-0 with Committee Substitute, floor amendment (1)
Feb 10-received in Senate
Feb 12-to Health and Welfare (S)
Mar 23-reported favorably, 1st reading, to Consent Calendar with Committee Substitute
Mar 24-2nd reading, to Rules; posted for passage in the Consent Orders of the Day for Thursday, March 25, 2004
Mar 25-passed over and retained in the Consent Orders of the Day; floor amendment (1) filed to Committee Substitute, floor amendment (2) filed
Mar 26-floor amendment (4) filed to Committee Substitute, floor amendment (3-title) filed ; floor amendments (1) and (2-title) withdrawn ; floor amendments (6) and (7) filed to Committee Substitute, floor amendment (5-title) filed ; taken from the Consent Orders of the Day, placed in the Regular Orders of the Day
Mar 29-3rd reading; floor amendments (3-title) and (4) withdrawn ; passed 38-0 with Committee Substitute, floor amendments (5-title) (6) and (7) ; received in House; to Rules (H)
Apr 12-taken from committee; posted for passage for concurrence in Senate Committee Substitute, floor amendments (5-title) (6) and (7)
Apr 13-House concurred in Senate Committee Substitute, floor amendments (5-title) (6) and (7) ; passed 96-1; enrolled, signed by each presiding officer; delivered to Governor
Apr 22-signed by Governor (Acts ch. 132)