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THIRTY-FOURTH MEETING - Health and Human Services Finance Division

2019-2020 Regular Session

STATE OF MINNESOTA THIRTY-FOURTH MEETING
HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES NINETY-FIRST SESSION

HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES FINANCE DIVISION

MINUTES

Representative Liebling, Chair of the Division, called the meeting to order at 9:06 A.M. on March 29, 2019 in Room 200 of the State Office Building.

The Committee Legislative Assistant noted the roll.

Members present:

LIEBLING, Tina, Chair
MANN, Alice, Vice-Chair
SCHOMACKER, Joe, Lead Republican
ACOMB, Patty
BAKER, Dave
BIERMAN, Robert
CANTRELL, Hunter
FRANSON, Mary
GRUENHAGEN, Glenn
HALEY, Barb
HALVERSON, Laurie
HAMILTON, Rod
KUNESH-PODEIN, Mary
LOEFFLER, Diane
MORAN, Rena
MUNSON, Jeremy
NOOR, Mohamud
OLSON, Liz
SCHULTZ, Jennifer
ZERWAS, Nick

Members excused:

A quorum was present.

HF725 (Fischer) Federally qualified health centers and rural health clinic alternative payment methodology established, federally qualified health centers and rural health clinics payments modified, and report required.

Chair Liebling moved that HF 725 be heard and laid over for possible inclusion in the Health and Human Services Finance Division bill.

Chair Liebling moved the H0725A1 amendment. THE MOTION PREVAILED AND THE AMENDMENT WAS ADOPTED.

Representative Fischer presented HF 725.

Testifier: Danny Ackert, Director of Public Policy, Minnesota Association of Community Health Centers

Chair Liebling laid over HF 725, as amended, for possible inclusion in the Division bill.

HF1381 (Kunesh-Podein) Community solutions for healthy child development grant program established, and money appropriated.

Representative Kunesh-Podein requested that HF 1381 be heard and laid over for possible inclusion in the Health and Human Services Finance Division bill.
Representative Kunesh-Podein presented HF 1381.

Testifying:
Bharti Wahi, Executive Director, Children’s Defense Fund – Minnesota
Brook LaFloe, Community Member, Montessori American Indian Childcare Center

Chair Liebling laid over HF 1381 for possible inclusion in the Division bill.

HF1898 (Hassan) Skin lightening creams containing mercury health danger public awareness campaign created, and money appropriated.

Chair Liebling moved that HF 1898 be heard and laid over for possible inclusion in the Health and Human Services Finance Division bill.

Representative Hassan presented HF 1898.

Testifying:
Amira Adawe, Director of The Beautywell Project
Kathy Raleigh, Epidemiologist at Minnesota Department of Health

Chair Liebling laid over HF 1898 for possible inclusion in the Division bill.

HF1330 (Hassan) Substance abuse recovery services funding provided, report required, and money appropriated.

Chair Liebling moved that HF 1330 be heard and laid over for possible inclusion in the Health and Human Services Finance Division bill.

Representative Hassan presented HF 1898.

Testifying:
Dr. Peter Nelson, Director of Research and Innovation, ServeMinnesota
Chris Edrington, Executive Director, St. Paul Sober Homes

Chair Liebling laid over HF 1330 for possible inclusion in the Division bill.

HF1888 (Morrison) Psychiatric residential treatment facilities and intensive treatment requirements in foster care modified, and money appropriated.

Chair Liebling moved that HF 1888 be heard and laid over for possible inclusion in the Health and Human Services Finance Division bill.

Chair Liebling moved the H1888A3 amendment. THE MOTION PREVAILED AND THE AMENDMENT WAS ADOPTED.

Chair Liebling moved the H1888A5 amendment. THE MOTION PREVAILED AND THE AMENDMENT WAS ADOPTED.

Representative Morrison presented HF 1888.

Testifying:
Jason Donahue, Executive Director, Mille Lacs Academy
Leslie Yunker, Truancy & Children’s Mental Health Supervisor, Dakota County

Jinny Palen, MN Association of Community Mental Health Programs and Matt Burdick, Legislative Director, DHS, responded to member questions.

Chair Liebling laid over HF 1888, as amended, for possible inclusion in the Division bill.
HF927 (Liebling) Swing bed license conditions modified.

Lead Republican Schomacker moved that HF 927 be heard and laid over for possible inclusion in the Health and Human Services Finance Division bill.

Representative Schomacker presented HF 927.

Testifying:
1. Kate Johansen, State Government Relations Director, Mayo Clinic
2. Erin Buie, Director of Government Affairs, Care Providers of Minnesota
3. Kari Thurlow, Senior Vice President of Advocacy, LeadingAge Minnesota
4. Chris Boldt, Vice President of Operations, Benedictine Health

Chair Liebling laid over HF 927 for possible inclusion in the Division bill.

Vice Chair Mann assumed the gavel at 10:34 A.M.

HF1580 (Edelson) Durable medical equipment and medical supplies supplemental payments provided to providers.

Vice Chair Mann moved that HF 1580 be heard and laid over for possible inclusion in the Health and Human Services Finance Division bill.

Vice Chair Mann moved the H150A1 amendment. THE MOTION PREVAILED AND THE AMENDMENT WAS ADOPTED.

Representative Edelson presented HF 1580.

Testifying: Sarah Anderson, Board member of the Midwest Association for Medical Equipment Services (MAMES)

Vice Chair Mann laid over HF 1580, as amended, for possible inclusion in the Division bill.

HF1522 (Edelson) Prescribed pediatric extended care (PPEC) centers licensing requirements modified, licensing of PPEC centers phased in, PPEC basic services established as covered by medical assistance and medical assistance reimbursement rates set.

Vice Chair Mann moved that HF 1522 be heard and laid over for possible inclusion in the Health and Human Services Finance Division bill.

Vice Chair Mann moved the H1522A1 amendment. THE MOTION PREVAILED AND THE AMENDMENT WAS ADOPTED.

Vice Chair Mann moved the H1522A4 amendment. THE MOTION PREVAILED AND THE AMENDMENT WAS ADOPTED.

Vice Chair Mann moved the H1522A3 amendment. THE MOTION PREVAILED AND THE AMENDMENT WAS ADOPTED.

Vice Chair Mann moved the H1522A2 amendment. THE MOTION PREVAILED AND THE AMENDMENT WAS ADOPTED.

Representative Edelson presented HF 1522.

Testifying:
1. Alicia Munson, Public Policy Director, Arc Minnesota
2. Suseen Wingert, Board Member, DHS
3. Cameo Zehnder, COO, DHS

Vice Chair Mann laid over HF 1522, as amended, for possible inclusion in the Division bill.

HF2385 (Howard) Controlled substance schedules modified.

Vice Chair Mann moved that HF 2385 be heard and laid over for possible inclusion in the Health and Human Services Finance Division bill.

Representative Howard presented HF 2385.

Testifying: Cody Wiberg, Executive Director, MN Board of Pharmacy.

Vice Chair Mann laid over HF 2385 for possible inclusion in the Division bill.

HF547 (Lee) Taylor Hayden Gun Violence Prevention Act established, and money appropriated.

Vice Chair Mann moved that HF 547 be heard and laid over for possible inclusion in the Health and Human Services Finance Division bill.

Chair Liebling assumed the gavel at 11:29 A.M.

Chair Liebling moved an oral amendment to HF 547 as follows:

Page 1, Line 8, delete “human services” and insert, “health”
Page 1, Line 14, delete “human services” and insert, “health”

THE MOTION PREVAILED AND THE AMENDMENT WAS ADOPTED.

Representative Lee presented HF 547.

Testifying:
1. Senator Jeff Hayden
2. Erin Hayden
3. Abdirizak Bihi, Director, Somali Education and Social Advocacy Center

Mark Kinde, Manager, Injury and Violence Prevention Section, Minnesota Department of Health (MDH) responded to member questions.

Chair Liebling laid over HF 547, as amended, for possible inclusion in the Division bill.

HF1254 (Considine) Medical assistance coverage modified for community-based care coordination to include tribes.

Chair Liebling moved that HF 1254 be heard and laid over for possible inclusion in the Health and Human Services Finance Division bill.

Representative Considine presented HF 1254.

Testifying: Angela Youngerberg, Director of Business Operations, Blue Earth County

Chair Liebling laid over HF 1254 for possible inclusion in the Division bill.

At 11:58 A.M. Chair Liebling recessed the committee to 1:00 P.M. or the call of the Chair.

Chair Liebling reconvened the committee at 1:19 P.M.

Representative Schultz assumed the gavel at 1:20 P.M.

HF3 (Liebling) OneCare Buy-In through MNsure website established, outpatient prescription drug program established, dental administration governing provisions modified, health care governing provisions modified, and studies and reports required.

Chair Liebling moved that HF 3 be heard and laid over for possible inclusion in the Health and Human Services Finance Division bill.

Chair Liebling moved the H0003A12 amendment. THE MOTION PREVAILED AND THE AMENDMENT WAS ADOPTED.

Chair Liebling moved the H0003A15 amendment. THE MOTION PREVAILED AND THE AMENDMENT WAS ADOPTED.

Chair Liebling moved the H0003A14 amendment. THE MOTION PREVAILED AND THE AMENDMENT WAS ADOPTED.

Chair Liebling presented HF 3.

Testifying:
1. Marie Zimmerman, Assistant Commissioner for Health Care and State Medicaid Director, DHS
2. Rick Varco, Political Director, SEIU Healthcare Minnesota
3. Steve Port, Burnsville Business Owner
4. Bentley Graves, Policy Director, Health Care and Transportation Policy, Minnesota Chamber of Commerce
4. Sabrina Mauritz, Deputy Organizing Director, TakeAction Minnesota
5. Mary Kotas, TakeAction Minnesota

Chad Hope, Deputy Director, Division of Purchasing and Service Delivery, DHS, responded to member questions.

Representative Schultz laid over HF 3, as amended, for possible inclusion in the Division bill.

Chair Liebling assumed the gavel at 2:31 P.M.

HF2459 (Loeffler) MinnesotaCare provider taxes repeal repealed.

Representative Loeffler requested that HF 2459 be heard and laid over for possible inclusion in the Health and Human Services Finance Division bill.

Representative Loeffler moved the H2459A1 amendment. THE MOTION PREVAILED AND THE AMENDMENT WAS ADOPTED.

Representative Loeffler presented HF 2459.

Testifying:
1. Commissioner Jan Malcolm, Minnesota Department of Health
2. Marie Zimmerman, Assistant Commissioner for Health Care and State Medicaid Director, DHS
3. Laura Sayles, Government Relations Specialist, Minnesota Nurses Association
4. Elsie Urman, SEIU Healthcare Minnesota
5. Dave Renner, Minnesota Medical Association
6. Bharti Wahi, Executive Director, Children’s Defense Fund Minnesota
7. Mary Krinkie, Vice President of Government Relations, Minnesota Hospital Association
8. Dominic McQuerry, Public Policy Manager, Amherst H. Wilder Foundation
9. Christian Franzen, Government Relations, IPHA
10. Bob Robbins, Health Care Leader, TakeAction Minnesota
11. Patsy Murphy, Citizen Advocate, Minnesota Brain Injury Alliance

Chair Liebling laid over HF 2469, as amended, for possible inclusion in the Division bill.

HF2359 (Schultz) Health coverage premium subsidy program changes made, and money appropriated.

Representative Schultz requested that HF 2359 be heard and laid over for possible inclusion in the Health and Human Services Finance Division bill.

Representative Schultz moved the H2359A1 amendment. THE MOTION PREVAILED AND THE AMENDMENT WAS ADOPTED.

Representative Schultz presented HF 2359.

Testifying:
1. Commissioner Steve Kelley, Minnesota Department of Commerce
2. Commissioner Cynthia Bauerly, Minnesota Department of Revenue
3. Bentley Graves, Director, Health Care and Transportation Policy, Minnesota Chamber of Commerce

Chair Liebling laid over HF 2359, as amended, for possible inclusion in the Division bill.

HF1182 (Freiberg) Immunization-related activities funded for geographic areas and populations experiencing or at risk of experiencing an outbreak of a vaccine-preventable disease grant program established, and money appropriated.

Chair Liebling moved that HF 1182 be heard and laid over for possible inclusion in the Health and Human Services Finance Division bill.

Representative Freiberg presented HF1182.

Testifying:
1. Siman Nuurali, Quality and Patient Safety Specialist, Children's Hospitals and Clinics of Minnesota
2. Kristen Ehresmann, Director, Infectious Disease Epidemiology, Prevention and Control Division, (MDH)

Chair Liebling laid over HF 1182 for possible inclusion in the Division bill.

HF2231 (Cantrell) Substance use treatment rates modified, commissioner of human services directed to establish continuum of care-based rate methodology, and report required.

Representative Cantrell requested that HF 2231 be heard and laid over for possible inclusion in the Health and Human Services Finance Division bill.

Representative Cantrell moved the H2231A2 amendment. THE MOTION PREVAILED AND THE AMENDMENT WAS ADOPTED.

Representative Cantrell presented HF 2231.

Testifying:
1. Tim Walsh, Vice President of Minnesota Adult and Teen Challenge, Minnesota Association of Resources for Recovery and Chemical Health (MARRCH)
2. Brandy Brink, CEO, Beyond Brink Sober Housing

Chair Liebling laid over HF 2231 for possible inclusion in the Division bill.

HF1875 (Wazlawik) Center for Victims of Torture integrated care model pilot project established, report required, and money appropriated.

Chair Liebling moved that HF 1875 be heard and laid over for possible inclusion in the Health and Human Services Finance Division bill.

Representative Wazlawik presented HF 1875.

Testifying:
1. Peter Dross, Director of Government Relations, Center for Victims of Torture
2. Alison Beckman, Senior Director for External Relations, Center for Victims of Torture

Chair Liebling laid over HF 1875 for possible inclusion in the Division bill.

HF1516 (Acomb) Home care provider provisions modified.

Representative Acomb requested that HF 1516 be heard and laid over for possible inclusion in the Health and Human Services Finance Division bill.

Representative Acomb presented HF 1416.

Testifying:
1. Kevin Goodno, Lobbyist, Minnesota Home Care Association
2. Jonathan Hill, Health Resource Supervisor, Home Care and Assisted Living Program, Department of Human Services

Chair Liebling laid over HF 1516 for possible inclusion in the Division bill.

HF572 (Schultz) Health plan loss ration requirements established, and nonprofit health maintenance organizations net earnings use requirements established.

Representative Schultz requested that HF 572 be heard and laid over for possible inclusion in the Health and Human Services Finance Division bill.

Representative Schultz moved the H0572A6 amendment. THE MOTION PREVAILED AND THE AMENDMENT WAS ADOPTED.

Representative Schultz presented HF 572.

Testifying:
1. Laura Sayles, Government Relations Specialist, Minnesota Nurses Association
2. Ben Velzen, Attorney, Minnesota Office of Attorney General

Chair Liebling laid over HF 572, as amended, for possible inclusion in the Division bill.

HF197 (Schultz) Health maintenance for-profit organizations required to pay the two percent premium revenue tax, and clarifying changes made.

Representative Schultz requested that HF 197 be heard and laid over for possible inclusion in the Health and Human Services Finance Division bill.

Representative Schultz presented HF 197.

Chair Liebling laid over HF 197 for possible inclusion in the Division bill.

Vice Chair Mann assumed the gavel.

HF1378 (Liebling) Health maintenance organizations required to be nonprofit corporations.

Chair Liebling moved that HF 1378 be heard and laid over for possible inclusion in the Health and Human Services Finance Division bill.

Chair Liebling presented HF 1378.

Testifying:
1. Ethan Vogel, Legislative Representative, AFSCME Council 5
2. Bob Robbins, Health Care Leader, TakeAction Minnesota

Vice Chair Mann laid over HF 1378 for possible inclusion in the Division bill.

HF551 (Liebling) Network adequacy and provider network notification governing provisions modified, administrative penalties imposed, and network access standards based on appointment wait times for managed care and county-based purchasing plans established.

Chair Liebling moved that HF 551 be heard and laid over for possible inclusion in the Health and Human Services Finance Division bill.

Chair Liebling presented HF 551.

Vice Chair Mann laid over HF 551 for possible inclusion in the Division bill.

Representative Liebling assumed the gavel.

HF499 (Kresha) Child Welfare Training System modification required, report required, rule making authorized, and money appropriated.

Chair Liebling moved that HF 499 be heard and laid over for possible inclusion in the Health and Human Services Finance Division bill.

Representative Kresha presented HF 499.

Testifying: Traci LaLiberte, Executive Director of Center for Advanced Studies in Child Welfare, University of Minnesota

Chair Liebling laid over HF 499 for possible inclusion in the Division bill.

HF785 (Zerwas) Health licensing boards; emeritus dental licensure created, residency general practice requirements clarified, and technical changes made.

Representative Zerwas requested that HF 785 be heard and laid over for possible inclusion in the Health and Human Services Finance Division bill.

Representative Noor assumed the gavel at 5:28 P.M.

Representative Zerwas presented HF 785.

Representative Noor laid over HF 785 for possible inclusion in the Division bill.

HF1867 (Zerwas) State agency hearing established for county to dispute liability of regional treatment center or state nursing facility cost of care of clients due to delayed discharge, and disputed cost of care recovery from clients precluded.
Representative Zerwas requested that HF 1867 be heard and laid over for possible inclusion in the Health and Human Services Finance Division bill.

Chair Liebling assumed the gavel at 5:34 P.M.

Representative Zerwas moved the H1867DE2 amendment. THE MOTION PREVAILED AND THE AMENDMENT WAS ADOPTED.

Representative Zerwas presented HF 1867.

Chair Liebling laid over HF 1867, as amended, for possible inclusion in the Division bill.


The meeting was adjourned at 6:06 P.M.


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Representative Tina Liebling, Chair


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Krysta Niedernhöfer, Committee Legislative Assistant

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Agenda:

Bills added (HF1867 and HF1254). HF725 (Fischer) Federally qualified health centers and rural health clinic alternative payment methodology established, federally qualified health centers and rural health clinics payments modified, and report required. HF1381 (Kunesh-Podein) Community solutions for healthy child development grant program established, and money appropriated. HF1898 (Hassan) Skin lightening creams containing mercury health danger public awareness campaign created, and money appropriated. HF1330 (Hassan) Substance abuse recovery services funding provided, report required, and money appropriated. HF1888 (Morrison) Psychiatric residential treatment facilities and intensive treatment requirements in foster care modified, and money appropriated. HF927 (Liebling) Swing bed license conditions modified. HF1580 (Edelson) Durable medical equipment and medical supplies supplemental payments provided to providers. HF2231 (Cantrell) Substance use treatment rates modified, commissioner of human services directed to establish continuum of care-based rate methodology, and report required. (Pending Re-Referral) HF2385 (Howard) Controlled substance schedules modified. HF547 (Lee) Taylor Hayden Gun Violence Prevention Act established, and money appropriated. HF1378 (Liebling) Health maintenance organizations required to be nonprofit corporations. HF273 (Schultz) MinnesotaCare; definition of affordability modified for families with access to employer-subsidized insurance for purposes of eligibility. HF551 (Liebling) Network adequacy and provider network notification governing provisions modified, administrative penalties imposed, and network access standards based on appointment wait times for managed care and county-based purchasing plans established. HF3 (Liebling) OneCare Buy-In through MNsure website established, outpatient prescription drug program established, dental administration governing provisions modified, health care governing provisions modified, and studies and reports required. (Pending Re-Referral) HF2459 (Loeffler) MinnesotaCare provider taxes repeal repealed. HF2359 (Schultz) Health coverage premium subsidy program changes made, and money appropriated. HF572 (Schultz) Health plan loss ration requirements established, and nonprofit health maintenance organizations net earnings use requirements established. HF197 (Schultz) Health maintenance for-profit organizations required to pay the two percent premium revenue tax, and clarifying changes made. HF1516 (Acomb) Home care provider provisions modified. (Pending Re-Referral) HF1254 (Considine) Medical assistance coverage modified for community-based care coordination to include tribes. HF1785 (Wazlawik) Center for Victims of Torture integrated care model pilot project established, report required, and money appropriated. HF1182 (Freiberg) Immunization-related activities funded for geographic areas and populations experiencing or at risk of experiencing an outbreak of a vaccine-preventable disease grant program established, and money appropriated. HF785 (Zerwas) Health licensing boards; emeritus dental licensure created, residency general practice requirements clarified, and technical changes made. HF1867 (Zerwas) State agency hearing established for county to dispute liability of regional treatment center or state nursing facility cost of care of clients due to delayed discharge, and disputed cost of care recovery from clients precluded. (Pending Re-Referral) HF499 (Kresha) Child Welfare Training System modification required, report required, rule making authorized, and money appropriated. More bills may be added or removed. Testimony is limited to 2 minutes. Please contact Patrick.McQuillan@house.mn if you would like to testify.

Bills Added:
  • HF725 (Fischer) - Federally qualified health centers and rural health clinic alternative payment methodology established, federally qualified health centers and rural health clinics payments modified, and report required.
  • HF1381 (Kunesh-Podein) - Community solutions for healthy child development grant program established, and money appropriated.
  • HF1898 (Hassan) - Skin lightening creams containing mercury health danger public awareness campaign created, and money appropriated.
  • HF1330 (Hassan) - Substance abuse recovery services funding provided, report required, and money appropriated.
  • HF1888 (Morrison) - Psychiatric residential treatment facilities and intensive treatment requirements in foster care modified, and money appropriated.
  • HF927 (Liebling) - Swing bed license conditions modified.
  • HF1580 (Edelson) - Durable medical equipment and medical supplies supplemental payments provided to providers.
  • HF2231 (Cantrell) - Substance use treatment rates modified, commissioner of human services directed to establish continuum of care-based rate methodology, and report required.
  • HF2385 (Howard) - Controlled substance schedules modified.
  • HF547 (Lee) - Taylor Hayden Gun Violence Prevention Act established, and money appropriated.
  • HF572 (Schultz) - Health plan loss ration requirements established, and nonprofit health maintenance organizations net earnings use requirements established.
  • HF1378 (Liebling) - Health maintenance organizations required to be nonprofit corporations.
  • HF3 (Liebling) - OneCare Buy-In through MNsure website established, outpatient prescription drug program established, dental administration governing provisions modified, health care governing provisions modified, and studies and reports required.
  • HF551 (Liebling) - Network adequacy and provider network notification governing provisions modified, administrative penalties imposed, and network access standards based on appointment wait times for managed care and county-based purchasing plans established.
  • HF197 (Schultz) - Health maintenance for-profit organizations required to pay the two percent premium revenue tax, and clarifying changes made.
  • HF1182 (Freiberg) - Immunization-related activities funded for geographic areas and populations experiencing or at risk of experiencing an outbreak of a vaccine-preventable disease grant program established, and money appropriated.
  • HF785 (Zerwas) - Health licensing boards; emeritus dental licensure created, residency general practice requirements clarified, and technical changes made.
  • HF499 (Kresha) - Child Welfare Training System modification required, report required, rule making authorized, and money appropriated.
  • HF1516 (Acomb) - Home care provider provisions modified.
  • HF1875 (Wazlawik) - Center for Victims of Torture integrated care model pilot project established, report required, and money appropriated.
  • HF2459 (Loeffler) - MinnesotaCare provider taxes repeal repealed.
  • HF2359 (Schultz) - Health coverage premium subsidy program changes made, and money appropriated.
  • HF1522 (Edelson) - Prescribed pediatric extended care (PPEC) centers licensing requirements modified, licensing of PPEC centers phased in, PPEC basic services established as covered by medical assistance and medical assistance reimbursement rates set.
  • HF1867 (Zerwas) - State agency hearing established for county to dispute liability for a portion of the cost of care of clients in regional treatment centers or state nursing facilities due to delayed discharge, and recovery of disputed costs of care from clients precluded.
  • HF1254 (Considine) - Medical assistance coverage modified for community-based care coordination to include tribes.
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01:43 - HF725 (Fischer) Federally qualified health centers and rural health clinic alternative payment methodology established, federally qualified health centers and rural health clinics payments modified, and report required. 07:10 - HF1381 (Kunesh-Podein) Community solutions for healthy child development grant program established, and money appropriated. 18:28 - HF1898 (Hassan) Skin lightening creams containing mercury health danger public awareness campaign created, and money appropriated. 27:19 - HF1330 (Hassan) Substance abuse recovery services funding provided, report required, and money appropriated. 39:31 - HF1888 (Morrison) Psychiatric residential treatment facilities and intensive treatment requirements in foster care modified, and money appropriated. 53:36 - HF927 (Liebling) Swing bed license conditions modified. 1:25:24 - HF1580 (Edelson) Durable medical equipment and medical supplies supplemental payments provided to providers. 1:33:13 - HF1522 (Edelson) Prescribed pediatric extended care (PPEC) centers licensing requirements modified, licensing of PPEC centers phased in, PPEC basic services established as covered by medical assistance and medical assistance reimbursement rates set. 1:54:32 - HF2385 (Howard) Controlled substance schedules modified. 2;08:11 - HF547 (Lee) Taylor Hayden Gun Violence Prevention Act established, and money appropriated. 2:44:15 - HF1254 (Considine) Medical assistance coverage modified for community-based care coordination to include tribes. The Division recessed. Runs 2 hours, 49 minutes.