HB 1447: Insurance Fraud and Abuse
GENERAL BILL by Nelson
Insurance Fraud and Abuse; Designates act "Comprehensive Insurance Fraud Investigation and Prevention Act of 2010"; revises when vehicle crash report is required; requires certain health care clinic licensure & exemption documents to include certain notice; provides for reports of suspected health care clinic licensure violations & information sharing; provides that clinic violations are grounds for disciplining health care professionals, etc.
Last Action: 4/30/2010 House - Died in Committee on Insurance, Business, & Financial Affairs Policy (GGPC), companion bill(s) passed, see CS/CS/CS/CS/HB 663 (Ch. 2010-176), CS/CS/SB 1736 (Ch. 2010-90)
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• Introduced -HJ 00130
• Referred to Insurance, Business, & Financial Affairs Policy (GGPC); Full Appropriations Council on Education & Economic Development; General Government Policy Council -HJ 00256
• Died in Committee on Insurance, Business, & Financial Affairs Policy (GGPC), companion bill(s) passed, see CS/CS/CS/CS/HB 663 (Ch. 2010-176), CS/CS/SB 1736 (Ch. 2010-90)
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