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Health and Medical Services

12RS

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Abortion,
face to face meeting prior to - HB 4: HFA (5),(7),(8)
informed consent requirement - SB 102; HB 354: HFA (1); HB 374: HFA (1); HB 552: HFA (2)
performance of in relation to fetal heartbeat detection - HB 164; HB 354: HFA (2); HB 374: HFA (3)
ultrasound requirements - SB 103; SB 103: SFA (1); HB 249: HFA (2); HB 354: HFA (3); HB 374: HFA (2); HB 552: HFA (1)
Adult
abuse registry - SB 104; HB 259; HB 259: HCS, HFA (1),(3)
abuse registry, prepare to establish - HB 250
Advanced
practice registered nurses, collaborative agreements for prescriptive authority of - SB 190
practice registered nurses, prescribing rights and responsibilities - HB 512: HCS, HFA (1)
practice registered nurses, prescribing rights and responsibilities of - SB 187
Alcohol
and drug counseling, practitioners, licensure, certification, and registration of - HB 335
and drug counseling, scope of practice for - HB 335: HCS (2)
Ambulatory
surgical center, clarification of definition - HB 458: HCS
surgical center, clarify definition of - HB 458
surgical center, procedures regarding and definition of - HB 458: SCS, SFA (1)
Anesthesiologist
assistants, licensing requirements for - HB 137: SCS
Assistants, scope of practice, requirement for - HB 435: HFA (1)
Anesthesiology assistants, licensure and scope of practice, requirements for - HB 435
Assisted living communities, brain injured individuals, inclusion of - SB 115: HCS
Autism
Spectrum Disorder Council, State Interagency, creation of - SB 107
Spectrum Disorders, Office of, creation of - SB 107
Board
of Medical Licensure, composition of - HB 134
of Nursing, APRN prescribing practices, regulation of - SB 153
of Social Work, licensure requirements and exemptions, make provision for - SB 126
Bringing a prisoner or patient from another state for treatment in Kentucky, requirements - HB 257
Cabinet
for Health and Family Services, appointment of secretary - SB 146
for Health and Family Services, tattoo facilities, notice requirement - HB 32
Certified
alcohol and drug counselors, licensure status, additional requirements for 300 hours - HB 335: HCS (2)
alcohol and drug counselors, licensure status, additional requirements for the 300 hours - HB 335: HFA (1)
registered nurse anesthetist, clarify terminology for - HB 512
Charitable health care, income tax deduction for - HB 150
Children with severe emotional disabilities, service providers, hearing before contract termination - SB 138
Chiropractic
fees, motor vehicle injuries, reimbursement subject to workers' compensation fees - HB 202: HFA (2)
services, insurance reimbursement requirements - HB 202
Chiropractors,
coinsurance or copayment, establish maximum percentage - HB 202: HCS
contract protections - SB 144: HFA (1)
Colon Cancer Screening Program - HB 55
Community mental health centers, Medicaid reimbursement, establish requirements for - HB 313
Complex regional pain syndrome, training requirement - HB 94
Continuing care retirement communities, expansion - HB 388
Contraception coverage required - HCR 148
Controlled
substance database, practitioner reporting required - SB 2: SFA (1)
substances diversion, monitoring, prescribing, and dispensing - HB 4
substances legislation, committee substitute changes - HB 4: HCS
County ambulance service taxing districts, number of board members - SB 91
Dental
plan, establishment of fees for noncovered services, prohibition of - HB 98
services, children, establish pilot project - HB 228: HCS
services, children, Medicaid, establish pilot project - HB 228
Dentist and optometrist prescribing requirements - HB 4: HFA (6),(9)
Diabetes educators, licensing of - SB 198
Durable medical equipment providers, instate office requirement, parity with other states - HB 21; HB 21: HCS
Electronic
prescriptions, establishment of standards - SB 144: SCS
prescriptions, establishment of standards. - SB 144
Expert physician witnesses, expert witness certificate program, creation - HB 354
False
claims act, creation of - HB 401
Claims Act, creation of - HB 51
Felony offenders, prohibition of employment of - SB 35
Gamblers awareness and treatment fund, creation of - HB 258
Genetically Engineered Food Act, urge Congressional passage - SR 138
Good Samaritan law protection, extend to all persons - HB 330
Health Departments, enforcement of antismoking laws and ordinances - HB 289
Health-facility-acquired infections, rate reporting and infection procedures for, requirement - HB 416
HIV, testing of sexual offense defendant - HB 177
Home
and Community Based Behavioral Health Services Advisory Committee, establishment of - HB 530
medical equipment and services definition and fees, change in - HB 282: HCS
medical equipment and services providers, licensure of - HB 282
Human papilomavirus, urge vaccination for - HR 80; HR 80: HFA (1),(2)
IMPACT
Plus Program, review criteria - SB 138: SCS; HB 294: SCA (2)
Plus Program, service providers - SB 147
Individual options for services, not to be prohibited by law - HB 339
Individuals with Disabilities Education Act, conformity with - HB 320
Inflammatory breast cancer, raising awareness of - HR 144
Informed consent, conditions under which it may be given - HB 274: SCS
Insurance, coverage of a specified disease "actual charge" definition, delete - HB 497: HCS
Intellectual disability, use of term to replace mental retardation in all statutes - SB 212; HB 485; HB 485: HCS
Interpharmacy medication exchange, permit if immediate need - HB 116
Kentucky
Cancer Registry, open records law exemption - SB 57: HFA (1),(3)
Cancer Survivors and Friends Caucus, creation of - HCR 24
Commission on Public Health, creation of the - HB 39, 206; HB 206: HCS
Health Information Technology and Meaningful Use Awareness Day, designation of - SR 113; HR 124
regional rape crisis centers, recognizing services provided - SR 135; HR 145
Licensed clinical alcohol and drug counselor, master's degree, additional requirements for - HB 335: HCS (1)
Licensing requirements, additional local, forbidden of group homes - HB 122: HCS
Living organ donation, promotion of - HB 22
Local health departments, direct proceeds of NASCAR license plates to - SB 53
Long term care employment applicants, fingerprint checks - SB 37
Long-term
care administrators, license for - SB 82; SB 82: SCS, SFA (1),(2); HB 294: SCA (3)
care facilities, nurse staffing requirements, establishment of - HB 510: SFA (2)
Managed
care organizations, Medicaid, establish requirements for - HB 566
care organizations, Medicaid, pharmacies, drug cost, provide information for - HB 547
care organizations, Medicaid, prescription drug benefits, establish requirements for - HB 540
Medicaid
managed care companies, establish greater oversight of - SB 76
recipient, illegal drug seeking by - HB 4: HFA (4)
waiver enrollees, medical supplies, direct purchase of - HB 130
Medical
expenses, motor vehicle injuries, reimbursement subject to workers' compensation fees - HB 202: HFA (1)
imaging technologists and radiation therapists, licensing and regulation of - HB 137; HB 137: HCS
marijuana, authorization of - SB 129
order for scope of treatment, permit to direct medical interventions - SB 217
records, amount of fee for reproduction - SB 85; SB 85: SCS, SFA (1)
records, requirement to release to legally entitled persons - HB 4: HFA (2)
review panel, utilization in long-term-care facility litigation - HB 361; HB 510: SCA (3)
Medicinal availability, religious or moral objections relating to - SB 3: HFA (1),(2)
Methamphetamine, determination of contamination or decontamination, notices of - HB 418
National
and State Background Check Program - SB 175; HB 250: HCS
Eating Disorder Awareness Week, recognizing February 26 through March 3 2012 as - SR 118, 151
Non-scholastic youth sports, concussion awareness training for - HR 58: HCS
Nutrition
project, partnering organizations and risk assessment - HB 550: HFA (2)
studies, programs, direct review of - HB 550: HFA (3)
Nutrition, program for measuring improvement of - HB 550: HFA (1)
Oral health, preventive care in nursing homes, pilot program - HB 510; HB 510: SCS, SCA (2),(3), SFA (2),(4), HCS
Pain
clinics and controlled substances, prescribing, dispensing, and monitoring of - HB 4: SCS, SFA (1)
management clinics, licensure requirements - SB 98
management facilities, licensure requirements - SB 42
management facilities, payment requirements - HB 251
management facilities, regulation of, establish - SB 2
management facilities, regulation of, establishment - SB 2: SCS, SCA (1)
management facilities, requlation of, establish - SB 100
Patient
medical record, reproduction fee - SB 85: SFA (2)
records, disclosure of - HB 274; SB 144: HFA (3); HB 274: SCS
Personal care homes, admissions, requirements for - SB 115: HCS
Personal-care
homes, admissions, requirements for - HB 307
homes, medical examination, establish requirement for - SB 115: SCS
homes, qualified mental health professionals, assessment by - SB 115
Pharmacies, audits, recoupment of funds based on - HB 349: HCS
Pharmacist intern, requirements of KRS Chapter 319B not to limit or restrict - HB 403
Pharmacy
audit performed pursuant to provider agreement or contract, requirements for - HB 349
benefit managers, requirements for - SB 125
technician, requirements of KRS Chapter 319B not to limit or restrict - HB 403
technicians, prohibit ephedrine, pseudoephedrine, phenylprpanolamine sales by - HB 166
Pharmacy, audit requirements, amendment of - HB 349: HFA (1)
Physician assistants, controlled substances, prescriptive authority for - SB 96
Plant based diet, nutrition, improvement of - HB 225: HFA (1)
Plant-based diet program, urge support - HR 96
Pregnancy resource centers, encourage financial assistance to - HCR 8
Prescription
drugs, interpharmacy trade and establish Medicaid managed care copyaments - HB 262
drugs, interpharmacy trade, permit use of - SB 137
drugs, Medicaid, copayments, establishment of - SB 137
drugs, step therapy or fail-first protocol, limitation - SB 114; SB 114: SCS
Monitoring Program compact, enactment of - SB 2, 20, 100; SB 2: SCS, SCA (1)
Pseudoephedrine sales, prohibitions for certain drug offenders - SB 79; HB 80
Public
benefits, verification of legal presence - SB 118; SB 118: SCS, SFA (1)
health departments, encourage accreditation - HR 98
Reflex sympathetic dystrophy syndrome awareness day, February 29, 2012, recognizing - HR 178
Regulation of medical imaging and radiation therapy professionals, exemptions and terminology - HB 137: HFA (1)
Reorganization, Cabinet for Health and Family Services, Executive Order 2011-353 - HB 294
Residential
care facilities, cabinet to provide information - HB 122: SCS
care facilities, licensing, preemption of local authority for stricter requirements - HB 122
School buildings, inspection of - HB 357
Schools, emergency anaphylaxis medications, requirement for - HB 564; HB 564: HFA (1)
Smoking in public places, prohibition, exceptions - HB 289: HFA (1)
State
employee pilot wellness program, implementation of - HB 225; HB 225: SCS
plan, encourage evaluation of pharmacy benefit program - HR 198
Stroke, response and treatment, establish statewide system for - HB 467
Tamper
resistant opioid analgesic drugs, list requirement, prohibition of substitution - HB 377: HCS, HFA (3)
resistant opioid analgesic drugs, require list and prohibit substitution - HB 377
Tamper-resistant opioid analgesic drugs, list requirement, prohibition of substitution - HB 377: HFA (1),(2)
Tanning
devices, use by children under the age of 14, prohibition - HB 249
devices, use by children under the age of 18, prohibition - HB 249: HFA (1)
devices, use by minors, prohibition without written consent - HB 249: HFA (4)
Tattoo artists and body piercing technicians, ensuring public safety and competency of - HB 382
Traumatic brain inury, General Assembly to examine the impact and need for health coverage, urge - HR 225
Ultrasound, requirement prior to abortion - HB 4: HFA (3)
Unfair trade practices, restricting benefits otherwise provided under a health benefit plan - HB 497: SFA (1)
Wellness project credit, model for employers - HB 549

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