Meeting to consider SB359, SB917, SB1136, SB1195, SR352, HB293, HB1443, HB1630, HB2293, HB2357 and HB2530

Senate Health and Human Services Committee

Tuesday, October 18 | 11:00 a.m.

East Wing, Hearing Room 8E-A


Consideration of Legislation

  • SR 352 (Brooks) – JSGC Study on drug & alcohol addiction treatment provider rates
  • SB 359 (Schwank) – Expanding Medicaid coverage for postpartum women
  • SB 1136 (Mensch) – Amends the Vital Statistics Law to require data sharing with governmental agencies
  • SB 1195 (Argall) – Findings related to PA Lottery winners on public assistance rolls
  • SB 1358 (Brooks) – Ensuring patient access to health care practitioners by restricting non-compete clauses in their contracts and requiring patient notification
  • HB 293 (Oberlander) – Medicaid coverage for anti-obesity medications
  • HB 1443 (Hershey) – Allows PA-licensed labs to advertise their tests
  • HB 1630 (Fritz) – Requires the Auditor General to audit pharmacy benefits managers (PBMs) contracted with Medicaid managed care organizations
  • SB 917 (Aument) – Senate companion legislation
  • HB 2293 (Bonner) – Oversight of temporary health care agencies
  • HB 2357 (Pennycuick) – DOH oversight of Kratom products and prohibiting sale to individuals under 21 years of age
  • HB 2530 (Silvis) – COVID-19 Waiver flexibility for permanency by discontinuing DHS’ prudent pay policy for ODP providers

Recess to the Call of the Chair

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