2009 Florida Statutes
SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC ASSISTANCE
Revenue Maximization Act; legislative intent; revenue maximization program.
State agency for administering social service funds.
Equitable reimbursement methodology.
Care of children.
Independent living transition services.
Rulemaking authority to administer ch. 2005-179.
Children and families client and management information system.
Service integration and family preservation.
Implementation of Healthy Families Florida program.
Alternate care for children.
Children within the child welfare system; adoption assistance program.
Adoption benefits for qualifying adoptive employees of state agencies.
Statewide adoption exchange; establishment; responsibilities; registration requirements; rules.
Foster care and related services; outsourcing.
Incentives for department employees.
Legislative findings; alternate care plans.
Community partnership matching grant program.
Lead community-based providers; receivership.
Comprehensive residential group care services to children who have extraordinary needs.
Model comprehensive residential services programs.
Additional requirements, effective date, reimbursement methodology, and evaluation.
Children in foster care; annual report to Legislature.
Licensure of family foster homes, residential child-caring agencies, and child-placing agencies; public records exemption.
Foster care; duties.
One Church, One Child of Florida Corporation Act; creation; duties.
Persons not required to be refingerprinted or rescreened.
Summer camp personnel; fingerprints not required for screening purposes.
Registration of residential child-caring agencies and family foster homes.
Family-friendly workplace initiative.
Consumer-directed care program.
Programs for prosecution of males over age 21 who commit certain offenses involving girls under age 16.
Definitions; ss. 409.2551-409.2598.
State agency for administering child support enforcement program.
Support enforcement; privatization.
Support distribution and disbursement.
State disbursement unit.
Administrative proceeding to establish paternity or paternity and child support; order to appear for genetic testing.
Support obligations when public assistance is paid; assignment of rights; subrogation; medical and health insurance information.
Administrative establishment of child support obligations.
Determination and collection of noncovered medical expenses.
Actions for support.
Procedures for processing interstate enforcement requests.
Publication of delinquent obligors.
Requirements for financial institutions.
Use of unclaimed property for past due support.
Insurance claim data exchange.
Public records exemption for insurance claim data exchange information.
Services to individuals not otherwise eligible.
Continuation of support services for recipients of public assistance when benefits are terminated.
Service of process.
Court and witness fees; bond.
Income deduction enforcement in Title IV-D cases.
Liens on motor vehicles and vessels.
State Directory of New Hires.
Parent locator service.
Access to employment information; administrative fine.
Safeguarding Title IV-D case file information.
Use of clearing accounts and revolving funds.
Interest on obligations due; waiver.
Filing fees in Title IV-D cases; electronic filing of pleadings, returns of service, and other papers.
Retention of actions.
License suspension proceeding to enforce support order.
Data processing services; interagency agreement.
State Title IV-D agency; contracts.
Shared county and state health care program for low-income persons.
Certification of local funds as state match for federally funded services.
Opportunity for hearing and appeal.
Licensing requirements for physicians, osteopathic physicians, and chiropractic physicians employed by the department.
Interstate Compact on the Placement of Children.
Financial responsibility for child.
Definitions; Interstate Compact on the Placement of Children.
Agreements between party state officers and agencies.
Court placement of delinquent children.
Interstate Compact on Adoption and Medical Assistance.
Interstate agreements between the Department of Children and Family Services and agencies of other states.
Interstate Compact for the Placement of Children.
Effect of existing compact provisions.
Runaway youth programs and centers.
Low-income home energy assistance program.
Definitions; weatherization of low-income residences.
Department responsible for weatherizing agencies; energy assessment.
Permission for weatherization; rules.
Goal of Legislature; creation of Family Policy Act.
Provisions of Family Policy Act.
Shelter and foster care services to dependent children; pilot programs.
Definitions relating to Florida Kidcare Act.
Program created; purpose.
Health benefits coverage; program components; entitlement and nonentitlement.
Medikids program component.
Program expenditure ceiling; enrollment.
Behavioral health services.
Health benefits coverage; limitations.
Limitations on premiums and cost-sharing.
Approval of health benefits coverage; financial assistance.
Delivery of services in rural counties.
Quality assurance and access standards.
Florida Kidcare program public records exemption.
Definitions; ss. 409.901-409.920.
Designated single state agency; payment requirements; program title; release of medical records.
Forfeiture of eligibility agreement.
Eligibility while an inmate.
Mandatory payments for eligible persons.
Optional payments for eligible persons.
Mandatory Medicaid services.
Optional Medicaid services.
Lung transplant services for Medicaid recipients.
Medicare prescription discount program.
Medicaid provider agreements.
Medicaid provider agreements for school districts certifying state match.
Reimbursement of Medicaid providers.
Quality assessment on nursing home facility providers; exemptions; purpose; federal approval required; remedies.
Quality assessment on privately operated intermediate care facilities for the developmentally disabled; exemptions; purpose; federal approval required; remedies.
Responsibility for payments on behalf of Medicaid-eligible persons when other parties are liable.
Recovery for payments made on behalf of Medicaid-eligible persons.
A qualified state Long-Term Care Insurance Partnership Program in Florida.
Disproportionate share program.
Disproportionate share program for regional perinatal intensive care centers.
Disproportionate share program for teaching hospitals.
Disproportionate share program for mental health hospitals.
Expenditure of funds generated through mental health disproportionate share program.
Primary care disproportionate share program.
Disproportionate share program for specialty hospitals.
Specialty prepaid health plans for Medicaid recipients with HIV or AIDS.
Disproportionate share program for specialty hospitals for children.
Medicaid Pharmaceutical and Therapeutics Committee.
Supplemental rebate agreements; public records and public meetings exemption.
Cost-effective purchasing of health care.
Alternatives for health and long-term care reforms.
Medical home pilot project.
Legislative findings and intent.
Medicaid managed care pilot program.
Quarterly progress reports and annual reports.
Mandatory Medicaid managed care enrollment; programs and procedures.
Managed care reimbursement.
Federally qualified health center access program.
Children with special health care needs.
Preauthorization and concurrent utilization review; conflict-of-interest standards.
Requirements for providing emergency services and care.
Oversight of the integrity of the Medicaid program.
Special provisions relating to integrity of the Medicaid program.
Assistance for the uninsured.
County contributions to Medicaid.
Grants and Donations Trust Fund.
Public Medical Assistance Trust Fund.
Medicaid provider fraud.
Rewards for reporting Medicaid fraud.
Medicaid Fraud Control Unit.
Pharmaceutical expense assistance.
Electronic benefit transfer program.
Inner City Redevelopment Assistance Grants Program.
Eligibility for grant proposals.
Inner City Redevelopment Review Panel.
Rulemaking authority for refugee assistance program.
Services to immigrant survivors of human trafficking, domestic violence, and other serious crimes.