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IDS1310EngrossEMERGENCY MEDICAL SERVICES -- Amends existing law to revise provisions regarding minimum standards for EMS agencies.
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2018-02-23
To House Health and Welfare Committee
IDSCR135EngrossEMERGENCY MEDICAL SERVICES -- Stating findings of the Legislature and encouraging the Department of Health and Welfare to conduct town hall meetings throughout the state to collect feedback on how to retain and recruit volunteer EMS providers.
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2018-02-22
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IDS1271EngrossHEALTH CARE -- Amends existing law to revise the definition of “health care organization” and to revise provisions regarding exceptions to privilege and confidentiality.
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2018-02-21
To House Health and Welfare Committee
IDS1248EngrossORGAN DONORS -- Amends existing law to revise provisions regarding notification in the event of a donor's death.
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2018-02-21
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IDS1235EngrossNURSES -- Amends existing law to revise provisions regarding the Idaho Board of Nursing.
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2018-02-19
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IDSCR131EngrossCMV AWARENESS MONTH -- Stating findings of the Legislature and recognizing June as Cytomegalovirus Awareness Month in Idaho.
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2018-02-14
To House Health and Welfare Committee
IDS1249EngrossEDUCATION -- Amends existing law to require public institutions of higher education to notify students of the option to register as an organ donor.
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2018-02-13
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IDS1250EngrossSTATE OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES -- Amends existing law to require annual notice of leave for organ donation offered to state officers and employees.
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2018-02-13
To House Health and Welfare Committee
IDSCR129EngrossFAMILIES -- Stating findings of the Legislature and encouraging the adoption of policies that build the capacity of the family to be self-sufficient rather than increase government programs.
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2018-02-12
To House Health and Welfare Committee
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