Bills in Committee

Human Resources (S)

Bills under consideration and review by committee.

Bill Bill Title
SF 2368 A bill for an act relating to health insurance coverage for mammograms and including effective date and applicability provisions. (Formerly SSB 3177.)
SF 2350 A bill for an act relating to educational assistance programs administered by the college student aid commission for certain nurses, physician assistants, advanced registered nurse practitioners, doctors of nursing practice, and nurse educators. (Formerly SSB 3168.)
SF 2340 A bill for an act relating to Medicaid managed care resolution of payment and notice of change. (Formerly SF 2221.)
SF 2312 A bill for an act relating to the electronic prescribing of prescription drugs including controlled substances, making penalties applicable, and providing penalties. (Formerly SSB 3074.)
SF 2308 A bill for an act relating to controlled substances and precursor substances, including provisions relating to the registration of persons who manufacture, distribute, or dispense controlled substances, adding substances to the controlled substance schedules, expanding the list of precursor substances for which reporting is required, providing penalties, and including effective date provisions. (Formerly SSB 3073.)
SF 2284 A bill for an act relating to the provision of health home services under Medicaid managed care, and including effective date provisions. (Formerly SF 2092.)
SF 2268 A bill for an act requiring practitioners to discuss the dangers of opioid abuse with patients.
SF 2259 A bill for an act relating to Medicaid managed care, including process and contract requirements, and oversight.
SF 2252 A bill for an act relating to mental health and disability services and funding. (See SF 2351.)
SF 2251 A bill for an act relating to the psychiatric bed tracking system.
SF 2250 A bill for an act relating to unauthorized departures by persons involuntarily hospitalized, including notification requirements, the creation of a statewide database, and call location information from wireless communications service providers.
SF 2246 A bill for an act relating to the regulation of medical cannabidiol under the medical cannabidiol Act, including provisions relating to altering the list of debilitating medical conditions for which the use of medical cannabidiol would be medically beneficial, the form and quantity in which medical cannabidiol may be dispensed, and the definition of medical cannabidiol.
SF 2245 A bill for an act relating to the funding of the office of long-term care ombudsman.
SF 2244 A bill for an act relating to the transfer of the mental health and disability services regions to the department of public health.
SF 2221 A bill for an act relating to Medicaid managed care policies and procedures. (See SF 2340.)
SF 2212 A bill for an act relating to persons hospitalized for mental illness.
SF 2209 A bill for an act relating to reimbursement under the Medicaid program for residential care facilities provided at certain county facilities.
SF 2207 A bill for an act relating to the administration and evaluation of health homes for individuals with serious and persistent mental illness and for persons with chronic conditions under Medicaid managed care, and including effective date provisions.
SF 2198 A bill for an act relating to the Iowa prescription monitoring program, including by establishing an advisory committee, authorizing a registration surcharge, expanding information collection and reporting requirements, and making penalties applicable. (Formerly SSB 3071.)
SF 2194 A bill for an act relating to the distribution of certain funds for abortions.
SF 2159 A bill for an act relating to the implementation of a centralized direct care workforce database.
SF 2158 A bill for an act relating to Medicaid program eligibility.
SF 2157 A bill for an act adding certain medical conditions to the list of debilitating medical conditions under the medical cannabidiol Act.
SF 2150 A bill for an act relating to services provided to the long-term services and supports populations under the Medicaid program, including case management and needs assessments, and including effective date provisions.
SF 2149 A bill for an act relating to supplemental reimbursement for publicly owned or operated ground emergency medical transportation providers through the Medicaid program, and including effective date provisions.
SF 2142 A bill for an act relating to reimbursement for dually eligible Medicare and Medicaid beneficiaries receiving the Medicare hospice benefit in a nursing facility.
SF 2141 A bill for an act relating to the recovery of Medicaid payments by the department of human services following the death of a designated beneficiary of an ABLE savings account, and providing for contingent implementation.
SF 2140 A bill for an act relating to the provision of an appeals process for Medicaid managed care members following a supports intensity scale assessment, and including effective date provisions.
SF 2120 A bill for an act relating to Medicaid managed care by requiring the development and use of uniform billing and prior authorization forms.
SF 2119 A bill for an act relating to Medicaid managed care by requiring uniform requirements and procedures for the credentialing of Medicaid providers, and including effective date provisions.
SF 2112 A bill for an act relating to a hawk-i program purchase option, and including effective date and contingent implementation provisions.
SF 2102 A bill for an act relating to the coverage of direct-acting antiviral drugs for Medicaid beneficiaries living with a chronic hepatitis C virus infection.
SF 2092 A bill for an act relating to the provision of integrated health home services under Medicaid managed care, and including effective date provisions. (See SF 2284.)
SF 2083 A bill for an act relating to reimbursement of in-network and out-of-network providers under Medicaid managed care.
SF 2075 A bill for an act relating to the three-month retroactive Medicaid coverage benefit, and including effective date provisions.
SF 2066 A bill for an act requiring the department of human services to facilitate a workgroup study relating to certain mandatory reporter training and certification requirements.
SF 2062 A bill for an act relating to mandatory reporters of child abuse.
SF 2058 A bill for an act relating to the termination of Medicaid managed care contracts, and including effective date provisions.
SF 2055 A bill for an act relating to the provision of integrated health homes for individuals with serious and persistent mental illness under Medicaid managed care, and including effective date provisions.
SF 2045 A bill for an act relating to the provision of benefits to residents of health care facilities, including the creation of a provisional application for the medical assistance program by or for a resident of a health care facility.
SF 2035 A bill for an act relating to health care coverage including the establishment of a healthy Iowans for a public option and the administration of the Medicaid program, and including effective date provisions.
SF 2032 A bill for an act relating to the transition of the Medicaid program long-term services and supports population from managed care to fee-for-service administration, and including effective date provisions.
SF 2026 A bill for an act relating to the disclosure of the prices charged for health services rendered by health care providers and hospitals.
SF 2021 A bill for an act relating to the elimination of the certificate of need process relating to the development of a new or changed institutional health service.
SF 2013 A bill for an act relating to the transition of the Medicaid program long-term services and supports population from managed care to fee-for-service administration, and including effective date provisions.
SF 2012 A bill for an act relating to child care assistance provider reimbursement rates and the care of children in licensed get-well centers.
SF 478 A bill for an act relating to the provision of supported community living services under Medicaid home and community-based services waivers, and including effective date and retroactive applicability provisions. (Formerly SF 316.)
SF 477 A bill for an act relating to Medicaid managed care claims. (Formerly SF 342.)
SF 470 A bill for an act relating to the medical use of cannabidiol including the scheduling of a cannabidiol investigational product approved as a prescription drug medication under federal law and including effective date provisions. (Formerly SF 282.)
SF 453 A bill for an act relating to the disclosure of mental health information to law enforcement professionals. (Formerly SF 75.)
SF 430 A bill for an act relating to the advanced practice registered nurse compact, including assessments against party states, and including effective date provisions. (Formerly SSB 1075.)
SF 383 A bill for an act establishing a task force to examine issues relating to the provision of supportive housing to homeless persons.
SF 380 A bill for an act relating to subacute care facilities licensed by the department of inspections and appeals.
SF 369 A bill for an act concerning facilities licensed to provide inpatient psychiatric treatment and services and the psychiatric bed tracking system.
SF 368 A bill for an act relating to Medicaid managed care improvements, and including effective date provisions.
SF 343 A bill for an act relating to timely filing of claims under Medicaid managed care.
SF 342 A bill for an act relating to an interest penalty imposed on unpaid Medicaid managed care claims. (See SF 477.)
SF 341 A bill for an act relating to expansion of the newborn metabolic screening to include lysosomal storage disorders.
SF 316 A bill for an act relating to the provision of supported community living services to a member under Medicaid home and community-based services waivers in the home of the member’s family, and including effective date and retroactive applicability provisions. (See SF 478.)
SF 315 A bill for an act relating to the identification and notification of certain relatives of a child after an order for the removal of the child in a child in need of assistance proceeding.
SF 302 A bill for an act relating to the transportation of persons with a substance-related disorder or a mental illness.
SF 299 A bill for an act modifying the rural Iowa advanced registered nurse practitioner and physician assistant loan repayment program and fund and making occupational therapy students eligible for the program.
SF 298 A bill for an act relating to reimbursement under the Medicaid program for ambulance services.
SF 295 A bill for an act relating to the operation of the state mental health institutes.
SF 286 A bill for an act relating to the reimbursement and cost-reporting methodologies and documentation requirements applicable to certain Medicaid providers, and including effective date provisions.
SF 285 A bill for an act relating to the establishment of a psychiatric practitioner loan repayment program and fund. (See SF 458.)
SF 282 A bill for an act relating to the medical use of cannabidiol including the rescheduling of a cannabidiol investigational product approved as a prescription drug medication under federal law and including effective date provisions. (See SF 470.)
SF 278 A bill for an act relating to the duty of the state medical examiner to convene a child fatality review committee.
SF 277 A bill for an act relating to palliative care and quality-of-life services and education, and including effective date provisions.
SF 255 A bill for an act relating to notice requirements for health-related profession licensees who request certain personal information from patients or clients.
SF 254 A bill for an act prohibiting certain licensed health care professionals from inquiring about a patient’s or client’s ownership or possession of firearms and making penalties applicable.
SF 222 A bill for an act relating to alternative or complementary medicine, including exemptions from disciplinary action for persons licensed to practice health-related professions and a limitation on available damages in a civil action, and including effective date provisions. (See SF 480.)
SF 215 A bill for an act creating the Iowa end-of-life options Act and providing penalties.
SF 214 A bill for an act relating to a coordinated health care workforce recruitment and retention effort.
SF 205 A bill for an act relating to the medical cannabis Act, reclassifying marijuana, including tetrahydrocannabinols, from a schedule I controlled substance to a schedule II controlled substance, and providing for civil and criminal penalties and fees.
SF 183 A bill for an act relating to institutional health facilities under the newborn safe haven Act. (See SF 360.)
SF 170 A bill for an act relating to the income eligibility requirements for state child care assistance.
SF 169 A bill for an act relating to the services provided under Medicaid home and community-based services waivers, and including effective date provisions.
SF 151 A bill for an act requesting the establishment of an interim study committee by the legislative council regarding prescription pain medication.
SF 140 A bill for an act relating to the health insurance premium payment program for individuals eligible for the medical assistance program.
SF 117 A bill for an act relating to the regulation of tanning facilities and making penalties applicable.
SF 116 A bill for an act relating to the obtaining of a religious exemption from the required immunization of a person enrolling in any elementary or secondary school or a licensed child care center.
SF 115 A bill for an act relating to grounds for discipline of physicians and surgeons, osteopathic physicians and surgeons, and physician assistants, and including effective date provisions.
SF 90 A bill for an act relating to the designation of a caregiver relating to a patient’s inpatient stay at a hospital.
SF 89 A bill for an act relating to the grounds for termination of parental rights.
SF 85 A bill for an act providing for the licensure of clinical art therapists, making penalties applicable, providing for fees, and including effective date and implementation provisions.
SF 77 A bill for an act establishing a notification requirement for mammogram reports to patients. (See SF 250.)
SF 76 A bill for an act requiring the department of human services to request permission from the United States department of agriculture to restrict the use of food assistance benefits for certain items.
SF 75 A bill for an act relating to the disclosure of mental health information to law enforcement professionals. (See SF 453.)
SF 74 A bill for an act relating to sexual orientation change efforts and making penalties applicable.
SF 68 A bill for an act relating to a cytomegalovirus public health initiative, and providing an appropriation.
SF 67 A bill for an act relating to the prescribing and dispensing of self-administered oral hormonal contraceptives including by pharmacists and providing insurance coverage for such contraceptives prescribed and dispensed.
SF 53 A bill for an act relating to abortions including prohibiting abortions after a certain postfertilization age with certain exceptions, providing penalties, and including effective date provisions. (See SF 471.)
SF 52 A bill for an act prohibiting certain actions regarding fetal body parts and providing penalties. (See SF 359.)
SF 40 A bill for an act relating to the use of experimental treatments for patients with a terminal illness.
SF 11 A bill for an act relating to maternal health care coverage for low-income women.
SR 7 A resolution requesting the legislative council to establish an interim committee to study the creation of a facility to care for geriatric persons who are registered on the sex offender registry or who are sexually aggressive. (Formerly SSB 1030.)
SR 4 A resolution requesting the legislative council to establish an interim committee to study the creation of a facility to care for geriatric persons who are registered on the sex offender registry or who are sexually aggressive.
HF 2399 A bill for an act relating to the state training school at Eldora. (Formerly HSB 638.)
HF 649 A bill for an act relating to certain records and data including activities relating to vital statistics records and health data collection and use. (Formerly HSB 191.)