Date & Time/Public Comments Bill Bill Title Legislators
HF 383 A bill for an act relating to informed consent for medication abortions, and providing penalties.(Formerly HF 53.)
HF 625 A bill for an act relating to direct health care agreements, and including effective date and applicability provisions.(Formerly HF 289; See HF 2200.)
HF 656 A bill for an act relating to continuity of care and nonmedical switching by health carriers, health benefit plans, and utilization review organizations, and including applicability provisions.(Formerly HF 372; See HF 2199.)
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  • HF 2003 A bill for an act relating to reimbursement rates for providers of substance use disorder treatment services.
    HF 2010 A bill for an act relating to experimental treatments for terminally ill persons, and including effective date provisions.(See HF 2203.)
    HF 2017 A bill for an act relating to provisional licensing of interns enrolled in a doctoral degree program in psychology.(See HF 2246.)
    HF 2031 A bill for an act prohibiting certain health carriers from excluding certain out-of-state health care professionals from participating as providers, via telehealth, under the carriers’ policies, plans, and contracts, and including effective date and applicability provisions.(See HF 2245.)
    HF 2041 A bill for an act relating to hospital practices including those involving sepsis protocols and the rights of a parent of a minor patient.
    HF 2065 A bill for an act relating to the establishment of the Iowa violent death reporting system.
    HF 2101 A bill for an act relating to reimbursement of substance use disorder services at a critical access hospital.
    HF 2119 A bill for an act relating to the dispensing of abortion-inducing drugs to patients within the state, and providing penalties.(See HF 2389.)
    HF 2188 A bill for an act relating to health insurance coverage for hearing aids for covered persons age eighteen and younger.(See HF 2491, HF 2568.)
    HF 2210 A bill for an act relating to abortion complications and statistical reporting, and providing penalties.
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  • HF 2225 A bill for an act merging the board of social work and board of behavioral science and providing transition provisions.
    HF 2267 A bill for an act relating to the newborn safe haven Act.(See HF 2420.)
    HF 2310 A bill for an act relating to adding functional family therapy and multisystemic therapy for youth as covered services under the Medicaid program.(See HF 2533, HF 2554.)
    HF 2376 A bill for an act relating to the requirements for authorized electronic monitoring in nursing facilities, and providing penalties.
    HSB 502 A bill for an act relating to verification and authentication systems for public assistance programs.
    HSB 503 A bill for an act relating to public assistance program fraud.
    HSB 504 A bill for an act relating to identity authentication requirements for public assistance benefits.
    HSB 505 A bill for an act requiring applicants for the supplemental nutrition assistance program to cooperate with the child support recovery unit.
    HSB 506 A bill for an act relating to reenrollment following a member’s termination from the Iowa health and wellness plan.
    HSB 507 A bill for an act relating to public assistance program eligibility verification.
    HSB 508 A bill for an act relating to the performance of an asset test to determine eligibility for supplemental nutrition assistance program benefits.
    HSB 509 A bill for an act relating to massage therapy, including child and dependent adult abuse reporting and continuing education requirements, and making penalties applicable.(See HF 2168.)
    HSB 510 A bill for an act relating to payments to child care providers from families participating in the state child care assistance program.(See HF 2127.)
    HSB 511 A bill for an act relating to child care center staff ratios.(See HF 2131.)
    HSB 512 A bill for an act relating to the definition of autism spectrum disorder for purposes of certain health care coverage, making conforming changes, and including applicability provisions.(See HF 2167.)
    HSB 513 A bill for an act relating to elimination of the Medicaid preferred drug list program quarterly savings report requirement.(See HF 2202.)
    HSB 514 A bill for an act relating to Medicaid waiver monthly budget cap annual reporting requirements.
    HSB 515 A bill for an act relating to public assistance program case reviews.
    HSB 516 A bill for an act relating to the self-administration and storage of bronchodilators and bronchodilator canisters and spacers relative to schools and students.(See HF 2280.)
    HSB 517 A bill for an act relating to licensed health care providers for purposes of state law regarding concussion and brain injury policies for extracurricular interscholastic activities.(See HF 2197.)
    HSB 530 A bill for an act relating to reimbursement of psychiatric intensive inpatient care under the Medicaid program.(See HF 2125, HF 2546.)
    HSB 531 A bill for an act relating to the expansion of bed capacities at state mental health institutes, providing for an appropriation, and including effective date provisions.
    HSB 532 A bill for an act relating to a state-funded psychiatric residency program at the state mental health institutes and the Iowa medical and classification center at Oakdale, creating a program fund, and making appropriations.(See HF 2157, HF 2529.)
    HSB 537 A bill for an act relating to the establishment of a prescribing mental health practitioner loan repayment program, and providing an appropriation.(See HF 2137, HF 2549.)
    HSB 539 A bill for an act relating to the minimum age requirements for employees, substitutes, and volunteers working at a child care facility.(See HF 2198.)
    HSB 543 A bill for an act relating to violations by a health care facility.(See HF 2172.)
    HSB 544 A bill for an act relating to the practices of pharmacy and nursing and the administration of immunizations and vaccinations, and the licensure of nonresident pharmacies.(See HF 2169.)
    HSB 549 A bill for an act relating to controlled substances, including amending the controlled substance schedules and information collection and reporting requirements under the Iowa prescription monitoring program, and including effective date provisions.(See HF 2201.)
    HSB 554 A bill for an act relating to the release of nursing facility reimbursement rates under the Medicaid program.(See HF 2171.)
    HSB 616 A bill for an act relating to programs and services under the purview of the department of human services including child care assistance, child and family services, foster care, adoption, and the dependent adult abuse information registry.(See HF 2252.)
    HSB 624 A bill for an act relating to child welfare, including provisions relating to foster care and the child advocacy board.(See HF 2390.)
    HSB 625 A bill for an act relating to the definition and provision of palliative care.(See HF 2444.)
    HSB 638 A bill for an act relating to health care employment agencies, and providing penalties.(See HF 2371, HF 2521.)
    HSB 653 A bill for an act relating to juvenile justice including juvenile delinquency, child in need of assistance and family in need of assistance proceedings, juvenile justice reform, and juvenile court expenses and costs, and including effective date provisions.(See HF 2507.)
    HSB 690 A bill for an act relating to the newborn screening.(See HF 2539.)
    HSB 698 A bill for an act relating to public assistance program integrity.(See HF 2438.)
    HSB 699 A bill for an act relating to nursing facility construction or expansion.(See HF 2494.)
    HSB 723 A bill for an act relating to participation in the Iowa health information network by all hospitals in the state.(See HF 2544.)
    SF 2193 A bill for an act relating to cognitive screenings by audiologists and speech pathologists.(Formerly SF 2015.)
    SF 2214 A bill for an act establishing a therapeutic foster care services study committee.
    SF 2216 A bill for an act relating to the establishment of state intensive psychiatric units at the state mental health institutes.