Tracking Status Report
Deborah Miller
Tracking group: Website Tracking
drug information
Lipps, S. West, T.
Regarding pharmacy benefit managers, pharmacists, and the disclosure to patients of drug price information.
Text & Analysis
Committee Hearing
in House Health Committee (6/4/2019; REPORTED (No testimony))
medical care
Brinkman, T.
Regarding standard care arrangements entered into by advanced practice registered nurses and collaborating physicians or podiatrists; physician prescribing of schedule II controlled substances from convenience care clinics; and clearances by licensed health professionals of concussed student athletes.
Text & Analysis
Committee Hearing
in House Health Committee (11/18/2020)
HB 606
Enacted
civil immunity
Grendell, D.
To make temporary changes related to qualified civil immunity for health care and emergency services provided during a government-declared disaster or emergency and for exposure to or transmission or contraction of certain coronaviruses.
Text & Analysis
Signed by the Governor
(9/14/2020; Signed: September 14, 2020; Effective: in 90 days)
drug information
Maharath, T.
Regarding pharmacy benefit managers, pharmacists, and the disclosure to patients of drug price information.
Text & Analysis
Committee Hearing
in Senate Insurance & Financial Institutions Committee (4/3/2019; CONTINUED)
cultural competency
Maharath, T.
To require certain health care professionals to complete instruction in cultural competency.
Text & Analysis
Committee Hearing
in Senate Health, Human Services & Medicaid Committee (4/10/2019; CONTINUED)
insulin cost report
Craig, H. Antonio, N.
To require the Attorney General to investigate insulin pricing and prepare and submit a report.
Text & Analysis
Committee Hearing
in Senate Finance: Health & Medicaid Subcommittee (2/25/2020; CONTINUED)
civil immunity
Huffman, M.
To revise the law governing immunity from civil liability and professional discipline for health care providers during disasters or emergencies, to provide qualified civil immunity to service providers providing services during and after a government-declared disaster, and to declare an emergency.
Text & Analysis
Referred
in House (6/10/2020; Civil Justice Committee)
health coverage
Yuko, K.
To reaffirm the Ohio Senate's support of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act of 2010.
Text & Analysis
Committee Hearing
in Senate Health, Human Services & Medicaid Committee (9/25/2019; CONTINUED)
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