HB 7137: Agency for Persons with Disabilities
GENERAL BILL by Health and Human Services Committee ; Wood
Agency for Persons with Disabilities; Revises provisions relating to home & community-based services system; requires use of certain assessment instruments as directed by agency; provides for enrollment into tier waivers; revises criteria for tier waivers; directs establishment of performance criteria for & evaluation of support coordinator services; revises content & dates for report; deletes obsolete provisions; specifies use of allocation algorithm; provides steps for determining iBudget amounts; requires report on iBudget system; provides exceptions for inspections in accredited facilities; authorizes agency to petition court for involuntary admission to residential services; provides agency with final order authority in Medicaid program hearings; provides authority & procedures for food service & environmental health protection in licensed facilities & programs.
Last Action: 3/9/2012 House - Died on Calendar
Bill Text: PDF
• Referred to Calendar -HJ 967
• Introduced -HJ 900
• Died on Calendar
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