Bills Pending Indiana House Public Health Committee

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INHR0029Intro
25%
Urging Governor Eric Holcomb to close abortion clinics.
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2021-04-01
To House Public Health Committee
INSB0366Engross
50%
Physician assistants. Allows advanced practice registered nurses and physician assistants to issue written orders for home health services to a home health agency. Eliminates the requirements that a collaborative agreement between a collaborating phy...
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2021-03-04
To House Public Health Committee
INHR0011Intro
25%
Urging health insurers to donate some of their increased net earnings to state and local health departments to support COVID-19 vaccination programs.
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2021-02-22
To House Public Health Committee
INHB1379Intro
25%
Pharmacist contraceptive prescriptions. Allows pharmacists to prescribe and dispense self-administered oral hormonal contraceptives and hormonal contraceptive patches (contraceptives). Establishes requirements for pharmacists who want to prescribe an...
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2021-01-14
To House Public Health Committee
INHB1495Intro
25%
Prescription drug donation repositories. Establishes the prescription drug donation repository program (program). Establishes a tax credit for a taxpayer who donates medicine under the program during the taxable year. Provides that the amount of the ...
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2021-01-14
To House Public Health Committee
INHB1415Intro
25%
Bed bug control. Requires a tenant to inform the landlord if the tenant reasonably suspects the presence of bed bugs. Requires the landlord to have the dwelling inspected by a qualified inspector. Requires the landlord to inform the tenant if the ins...
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2021-01-14
To House Public Health Committee
INHB1347Intro
25%
Telemedicine. Expands the list of medical professionals from which home health agencies may accept written orders. Changes the requirements for the issuance of a prescription via telemedicine. Provides that advanced practice registered nurses may ope...
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2021-01-14
To House Public Health Committee
INHB1523Intro
25%
Parental notification of treatment of a minor. Requires a health care provider, when providing treatment to a minor for alcoholism, alcohol abuse, drug abuse, or a venereal disease, to make a reasonable effort to contact the minor's parent or guardia...
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2021-01-14
To House Public Health Committee
INHB1509Intro
25%
Doctoral student provided mental health services. Requires the office of the secretary of family and social services to apply for approval of any waiver under the federal Medicaid program and any amendment of the state Medicaid plan that may be neces...
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2021-01-14
To House Public Health Committee
INHB1237Intro
25%
Health care advance directives. Allows an individual to make a health care advance directive that gives instructions or expresses preferences or desires concerning any aspect of the individual's health care or health information and to designate a he...
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2021-01-14
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INHB1443Intro
25%
Infant Fabry disease screening. Requires every infant to be screened for Fabry disease at the earliest feasible time.
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2021-01-14
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INHB1554Intro
25%
Eyelash extension specialists. Requires the executive board of the state department of health to adopt reasonable rules to ensure the sanitary operation of facilities where eyelash extensions are applied. Specifies that the rules must establish train...
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2021-01-14
To House Public Health Committee
INHB1399Intro
25%
Advanced practice registered nurses. Allows an advanced practice registered nurse (APRN) to sign the individualized family service plan to authorize services under a public employee health benefits plan, state higher education employee health benefit...
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2021-01-14
To House Public Health Committee
INHB1446Intro
25%
Ambulance assessment fee and fund. Establishes the ambulance assessment fee (fee) and the ambulance assessment fee fund (fund). Provides that the office of Medicaid policy and planning (office) shall establish the fee based upon the best available da...
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2021-01-14
To House Public Health Committee
INHB1458Intro
25%
Birth certificate information. Provides that the gender listed on an individual's birth certificate and permanent record made from the birth certificate may not be changed. Specifies certain exceptions.
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2021-01-14
To House Public Health Committee
INHB1526Intro
25%
Mental health professionals. Allows a political subdivision, in consultation with the technical assistance center, to contract with mental health providers for the purpose of supplementing existing crisis intervention teams with mental health profess...
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2021-01-14
To House Public Health Committee
INHB1542Intro
25%
Alzheimer's and other forms of dementia. Specifies training requirements concerning Alzheimer's disease and other dementia for law enforcement officers. Requires training and continuing education requirements concerning Alzheimer's disease and other ...
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2021-01-14
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INHB1452Intro
25%
Criminal justice and mental health. Provides that a hospital police officer may, within one year after being appointed as a hospital police officer, complete training to become a crisis intervention team trained officer. Provides that the governing b...
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2021-01-14
To House Public Health Committee
INHB1505Intro
25%
Minors transitioning to the opposite sex. Prohibits specified health care professionals from: (1) performing certain medical procedures on a minor; or (2) subjecting a minor to certain activities; with the intent of assisting the minor to physically ...
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2021-01-14
To House Public Health Committee
INHB1362Intro
25%
Newborn screening for cytomegalovirus. Requires infants to be screened for cytomegalovirus. Specifies: (1) dates and symptoms for recommended cytomegalovirus screening; and (2) a date for universal screening of cytomegalovirus in infants.
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2021-01-14
To House Public Health Committee
INHB1390Intro
25%
Task force to combat racism as a health crisis. Establishes the task force to combat racism as a public health crisis (task force). Specifies the duties of the task force. Requires the task force to make recommendations to the general assembly and th...
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2021-01-14
To House Public Health Committee
INHB1455Intro
25%
Hysterectomy and oophorectomy informed consent. Requires a physician to obtain informed consent and provide certain information to a patient before performing a hysterectomy or an oophorectomy.
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2021-01-14
To House Public Health Committee
INHB1263Intro
25%
Medicaid waiver restructuring progress reports. Requires the division of disability and rehabilitative services (division) to: (1) semiannually issue a report to the general assembly and the services for individuals with intellectual and other develo...
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2021-01-14
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INHB1351Intro
25%
Reporting and use of Medicaid data. Requires the office of the secretary of family and social services (FSSA) to prepare a report that describes every type of report that must be prepared by a Medicaid contractor or managed care entity and submitted ...
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2021-01-14
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INHB1410Intro
25%
Direct support professional registry. Requires the state department of health (department) to establish a direct support professional registry (registry). Requires an authorized service provider that hires a direct support professional to: (1) submit...
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2021-01-14
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INHB1547Intro
25%
Medical cannabis. Establishes a medical cannabis program, administered by the state department of health, to permit the use of medical cannabis in Indiana. Reduces the penalty for possession of marijuana, hashish, hash oil, and salvia to: (1) a Class...
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2021-01-14
To House Public Health Committee
INHB1239Intro
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Prescription price. Requires a retail pharmacy, before dispensing a prescription, to inform an insured patient of the cost of the drug or device without insurance or an applicable discount, if the cost of the drug or device is less than the copayment...
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2021-01-14
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INHB1374Intro
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Medicaid providers and managed care organizations. Allows a provider that has entered into a contract with a managed care organization, after exhausting any internal procedures of the managed care organization for provider grievances and appeals, to ...
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2021-01-14
To House Public Health Committee
INHB1010Intro
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Health officers and local health departments. Establishes the jointly employed local health officer fund (fund) for the purpose of receiving, holding, and disbursing funds for grants-in-aid. Provides that the grants-in-aid apply only to county health...
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2021-01-14
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INHB1341Intro
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Radon testing in school buildings. Requires each person or entity having authority over a public school building to test for radon in the school building. Requires the reporting of the test results to the state department of health. Requires the stat...
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2021-01-14
To House Public Health Committee
INHB1213Intro
25%
Prohibition of conversion therapy. Prohibits a mental health provider from engaging in conversion therapy with a patient less than 18 years of age, and subjects a mental health provider who violates the prohibition to disciplinary action.
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2021-01-14
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INHB1333Intro
25%
Cultural awareness and competence training. Provides that the state health data center (center) shall maintain statistics concerning race and ethnicity, sex, primary language, and disability status. (Under current law, the center is required to maint...
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2021-01-14
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INHB1214Intro
25%
Medical marijuana. Establishes a medical marijuana program (program), and permits caregivers and patients who have received a physician recommendation to possess a certain quantity of marijuana for treatment of certain medical conditions. Establishes...
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2021-01-14
To House Public Health Committee
INHB1400Intro
25%
Community habilitation and family supports waivers. Requires the office of the secretary of family and social services to extend the time in which a provider has to file a timely reimbursement claim when providing services under the fee for service c...
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2021-01-14
To House Public Health Committee
INHB1181Intro
25%
Identification of human remains. Allows a county coroner to make positive identification of human remains by an analysis of any unique tattoos.
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2021-01-07
To House Public Health Committee
INHB1147Intro
25%
Community health workers and Medicaid. Requires Medicaid to provide community health services at a calendar month of either: (1) not more than 30 units; or (2) a greater monthly unit amount, as determined by the office of the secretary of family and ...
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2021-01-07
To House Public Health Committee
INHB1141Intro
25%
Transportation for Medicaid presumptive eligible. Requires coverage for nonemergency medical transportation of individuals who have been deemed presumptively eligible for Medicaid during the time in which the individual is deemed presumptively eligib...
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2021-01-07
To House Public Health Committee
INHB1157Intro
25%
Aged and disabled Medicaid waiver reimbursement. Requires the office of Medicaid policy and planning to annually calculate the annual index factor for reimbursement of aged and disabled waiver assisted living providers and specifies the manner in whi...
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2021-01-07
To House Public Health Committee
INHB1100Intro
25%
Health improvement study and plan. Requires the state department of health, in consultation with the office of the secretary of family and social services, to study and prepare a five year plan to improve the health and behavioral health of Indiana r...
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2021-01-07
To House Public Health Committee
INHB1153Intro
25%
Mental health and addiction matters. Specifies that an individual's incarceration, hospitalization, or other temporary cessation in substance or chemical use may not be used as a factor in determining the individual's eligibility for coverage in: (1)...
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2021-01-07
To House Public Health Committee
INHB1155Intro
25%
Postpartum Medicaid coverage. Provides Medicaid coverage for an eligible pregnant woman for the duration of the pregnancy and for the one year postpartum period that begins on the last day of the pregnancy (current law is 60 days coverage), without r...
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2021-01-07
To House Public Health Committee
INHB1204Intro
25%
Rehabilitation center funding. Establishes the long term recovery group for Southwest Indiana program (program) and the long term recovery group for Southwest Indiana fund. Makes an appropriation for the development of the program for the state fisca...
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2021-01-07
To House Public Health Committee
INHB1159Intro
25%
Extension of risk based managed care prohibition. Extends the prohibition against the inclusion of certain Medicaid recipients in a risk based managed care program or capitated managed care program from June 30, 2021, to June 30, 2023.
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2021-01-07
To House Public Health Committee
INHB1158Intro
25%
Medicaid reimbursement of assisted living services. Requires the office of the secretary of family and social services to, beginning July 1, 2021, reimburse for home and community based services provided to a Medicaid recipient beginning on the date ...
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2021-01-07
To House Public Health Committee
INHB1104Intro
25%
Hyperbaric oxygen treatment pilot program. Extends the expiration date of the hyperbaric oxygen treatment pilot program for veterans from June 30, 2021, to June 30, 2025. Provides that certain: (1) billing documentation; or (2) attendance documentati...
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2021-01-07
To House Public Health Committee
INHB1048Intro
25%
Practitioner identification and advertising. Provides that a practitioner holding a license issued by the board of chiropractic examiners, the state board of dentistry, the state board of health facility administrators, the medical licensing board, t...
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2021-01-04
To House Public Health Committee
INHB1026Intro
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Medical marijuana. Permits the use of medical marijuana by persons with serious medical conditions as determined by their physician. Establishes a medical marijuana program to permit the cultivation, processing, testing, transportation, and dispensin...
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2021-01-04
To House Public Health Committee
INHB1074Intro
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End of life options. Allows individuals with a terminal illness who meet certain requirements to make a request to an attending provider for medication that the individual may take to bring about a peaceful death. Specifies requirements a provider mu...
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2021-01-04
To House Public Health Committee
INHB1012Intro
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Health care consent for pelvic examinations. Prohibits health practitioners and other specified individuals from performing pelvic examinations on an anesthetized or unconscious patient except in specified circumstances.
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2021-01-04
To House Public Health Committee
INHB1081Intro
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Medicaid self-directed care. Requires the office of the secretary of family and social services to apply to the United States Department of Health and Human Services for a state plan amendment requesting participation in the community first choice op...
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2021-01-04
To House Public Health Committee
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