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HB 1250   Bond
Salmon
Removes requirement that assisted-living facilities obtain permits of approval under the Health Services Permit Agency.
Bill History: 04-08-05 S Meeting set for 9:00 AM - Room 272 S-Public Health, Welfare and Labor
HB 1392   Bright Requires long-term care facilities to offer residents the option of having surveillance cameras installed for monitoring purposes; requires consent from each resident (or surrogate) occupying the same room.
Bill History: 04-08-05 S Placed on the Senate calendar
HB 1442   Prater Requires nurse aide training programs to be no less than 90 clock hours of training, with at least 15 hours specific to Alzheimer's and related dementia.
Bill History: 03-24-05 G Signed by the Governor (Act: 1184 )
HB 1466   Verkamp Provides that an expunged record of conviction or guilty plea to certain crimes does not disqualify an individual from employment to provide care to the elderly or disabled.
Bill History: 04-07-05 S Passed (Vote: Y: 35/N: 0)
HB 1498   Bond Deletes the provision that residential care facilities licensed or holding a permit of approval as of 4/2/2001 may use the term "assisted living" to promote their services even though they do not hold an assisted living license.
Bill History: 03-25-05 H Meeting set for 9:00 AM - Room 130 H-Aging, Children, Legislative & Mil
HB 1605   Willis
Brown
Establishes provisional long-term care licenses for long-term care facilities that have applied for licensure, to remain in effect until the issuance of the long-term care license.
Bill History: 03-08-05 G Signed by the Governor (Act: 656 )
HB 1785   Bright Requires all assisted living facilities to have a license to operated from the Office of Long Term Care of the Department of Human Services; existing facilities have 180 days from the effective date of this act to obtain license.
Bill History: 04-06-05 S Reported from committee - Do pass S-Public Health, Welfare and Labor
HB 2414   Prater Prohibits the transfer of permits for long-term care facilities if the permit holder does not have tangible assets that will be transferred with the permit.
Bill History: 04-05-05 G Signed by the Governor (Act: 1670 )
HB 2532   Medley Provides for protection of the personal funds of residents of long-term care facilities; creates a misdemeanor offense for violations by persons personally responsible for payment of the resident's share of costs to the facility.
Bill History: 03-29-05 G Signed by the Governor (Act: 1273 )
HB 2547   Pritchard
Madison
Exempts life care facilities, as defined in continuing care law at 23-93-201, from the quality assurance fee.
Bill History: 04-08-05 S Meeting set for 9:00 AM - Room 272 S-Public Health, Welfare and Labor
HB 2577   Bradford Amends minimum staffing standards for nursing facilities, providing that licensed direct-care staff shall not be excluded from the computation of staff-patient ratios, authorizing facilities to vary starting and ending hours for staff, more.
Bill History: 03-30-05 G Signed by the Governor (Act: 1411 )
HB 2578   Martin, J.
Madison
Creates the criminal offense of internet stalking of a child.
Bill History: 04-06-05 G Signed by the Governor (Act: 1776 )
HB 2593   Verkamp Creates the Long Term Care Resident Protection Act of 2005.
Bill History: 03-29-05 H Meeting set for 10:00 AM - Room 130 H-Public Health, Welfare and Labor
HB 2625   Bright Relates to the use of sprinkler systems in long-term care facilities.
Bill History: 03-29-05 H Meeting set for 10:00 AM - Room 130 H-Public Health, Welfare and Labor
HB 2890   Prater Relates to nursing home residents and contact information for assistance.
Bill History: 04-07-05 H Meeting set for UPON ADJOURNMENT - Room 130 H-Public Health, Welfare and Labor
SB 424   Horn
Pace
Establishes qualifications for medication assistive persons and requires the State Board of Nursing to examine and certify qualified applicants.
Bill History: 03-30-05 G Signed by the Governor (Act: 1423 )
SB 426   Malone Revises procedures for appeals to the Office of Long Term Care of the Department of Human Services.
Bill History: 03-16-05 G Signed by the Governor (Act: 898 )
SB 931   Salmon Revises criminal law regarding maltreatment and neglect of impaired persons.
Bill History: 04-06-05 G Signed by the Governor (Act: 1810 )
SB 932   Salmon Creates the Adult Maltreatment Custody Act.
Bill History: 04-06-05 G Signed by the Governor (Act: 1811 )
SB 1051   Salmon Requires the Office of Long-Term Care to notify nursing home residents or their legal representative when a survey of the facility includes a deficiency of actual harm or immediate jeopardy.
Bill History: 04-08-05 S Meeting set for 9:00 AM - Room 272 S-Public Health, Welfare and Labor
SB 1055   Salmon Relates to the quality assurance fee as it applies to private pay patients in nursing facilities.
Bill History: 04-07-05 S Referred to interim committee S-Public Health, Welfare and Labor
SB 1060   Salmon Creates the Adult Maltreatment Custody Act, related to maltreated adult or long-term facility residents who are in imminent danger.
Bill History: 04-04-05 S Withdrawn from further consideration

 

 

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