Health and Human Services Committee Senator Michele Brooks, Chair

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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