Skip to main content
House Bill 1320


House Bill 1320

ARCHIVE (2004)

Latest Information

 

DIGEST OF HB 1320 (Updated March 4, 2004 9:35 pm - DI 104)


Human services. Provides that the maximum appropriation and tax levy for community mental health centers must be annually recalculated based on the increase in the assessed value growth quotient. Authorizes the office of Medicaid policy and planning to implement alternative payment methodologies for payable claim payments to a hospital under certain circumstances. Separates the laws governing the funding of community mental health centers from the laws governing the funding of community mental retardation and other developmental disabilities centers. Repeals a provision that duplicates other provisions added to the same chapter. Allows the state department of health to disclose inpatient and outpatient discharge information to hospitals that have submitted the information. Allows a hospital trade association to disclose health record information received under certain circumstances. Changes a retrieval charge to a labor charge for providing copies of medical records. Eliminates a provision under which a hospital was allowed 180 days to respond to a notice that the hospital was overpaid by the Medicaid program. Makes hospitals subject to the general provision allowing 60 days for a response. Provides alternative options to the nursing facility assessment state plan amendment and waiver request and amends the expiration of the nursing facility quality assessment. Requires the select joint commission on Medicaid oversight to study certain effects resulting from the repeal of continuous eligibility under the Indiana Medicaid program and the children's health insurance program. Requires the state budget committee to review disproportionate share payments for community mental health centers and make recommendations to the general assembly. Makes a technical correction.
Current Status:
 Law Enacted
>Latest Printing > (PDF)