Bill Summaries: H 605 ESTABLISH AGING SUBCOMMITTEE/HHS OVERSIGHT.

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  • Summary date: Apr 25 2013 - More information

    House amendment makes the following changes to the 2nd edition.

    Provides that the Subcommittee on Aging will consist of 21 members (was, 19), with eight members (was, seven) appointed by each the House of Representatives and Senate subcommittee cochairs.

    Provides a new qualification for the House of Representative cochair appointees, requiring one appointee to be a licensed provider of home- and community-based services.

    Provides a new qualification for the Senate cochair appointees, requiring one appointee to be a representative of the NC Health Care Facilities Association.

     


  • Summary date: Apr 24 2013 - More information

    House committee substitute to the 1st edition makes the following changes. Amends the membership of the Subcommittee on Aging to require that the long-term care facility operator member be licensed. Requires the interim report to be submitted on or before May 9, 2014 (was, January 15, 2014).


  • Summary date: Apr 8 2013 - More information

    Requires the Joint Legislative Oversight Committee on Health and Human Services (Committee) to appoint a 19-member Subcommittee on Aging (Subcommittee) to study the state's delivery of services for older persons to (1) determine their service needs and (2) make recommendations to the Committee on how to address those needs. Provides for the appointment of the Subcommittee members and provides for vacancies, exercise of powers, and staffing. Specifies seven issues that the subcommittee is to address, including existing services and deficiencies in service array, quality of services, accessibility, and availability of services. Requires an interim report to the Committee on or before January 15, 2014, and a final report to the Committee on or before January 15, 2015, at which time the Subcommittee terminates.


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