Bills Pending Florida Senate Health Policy Committee

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FLS0202IntroRevising the criteria for involuntary admission for behavioral health services due to substance abuse; revising duties of a law enforcement officer with respect to transporting a person for involuntary admission to a hospital or licensed detoxificati...
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2017-08-28
To Senate Health Policy Committee
FLS0138IntroCiting this act as the "Florida Families First Act"; requiring the Department of Health to create public service announcements to educate the public on perinatal mental health care; revising components that are included in the postpartum evaluation a...
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2017-08-28
To Senate Health Policy Committee
FLS0164IntroRequiring facilities performing mammography to include certain information in a summary of the mammography report which must be provided to each patient, etc.
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2017-08-28
To Senate Health Policy Committee
FLS0112IntroAuthorizing physician assistants and advanced registered nurse practitioners to execute a certificate under certain conditions stating that they have examined a person and find the person appears to meet the criteria for involuntary examination, etc.
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2017-08-28
To Senate Health Policy Committee
FLS0074IntroRequiring that the report to the Department of Health of allegations of sexual misconduct by a licensed health care practitioner be made within a specified timeframe; increasing penalties for violations, etc.
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2017-08-28
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FLS0068IntroProhibiting a person who is licensed to provide professional counseling or a practitioner who is licensed under provisions regulating the practice of medicine, osteopathic medicine, psychology, clinical social work, marriage and family therapy, or me...
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2017-08-28
To Senate Health Policy Committee
FLS0144IntroEstablishing criteria that must be included by the Agency for Health Care Administration in rules relating to the licensure of certain hospitals performing percutaneous coronary intervention procedures, etc.
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2017-08-28
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