SPB 7076: Medically Complex Children
PROPOSED BILL by Children, Families, and Elder Affairs
Medically Complex Children; Providing for the provision of services for medically complex children; providing requirements for a child protection team that evaluates a report of medical neglect and assesses the health care needs of a medically complex child; requiring the Department of Children and Families to work with the Department of Health and the Agency for Health Care Administration to care for medically complex children; allowing the Department of Children and Families to place children in a medical foster home; allowing the Department of Children and Families to place children in a medical foster home, etc.
Last Action: 3/12/2014 Senate - Submit as committee bill by Children, Families, and Elder Affairs (SB 1670)
Location: Acted on by committee/council, pending report (CF)
Bill Text: Web Page | PDF
• Submitted for consideration by Children, Families, and Elder Affairs
• On Committee agenda-- Children, Families, and Elder Affairs, 03/11/14, 1:30 pm, 37 Senate Office Building -- Submitted as Committee Bill; YEAS 9 NAYS 0
• Submit as committee bill by Children, Families, and Elder Affairs (SB 1670)
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