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Health and Human Services Finance

FIRST MEETING

2017-2018 Regular Session - January 10, 2017

STATE OF MINNESOTA FIRST MEETING
HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES NINETIETH SESSION


HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES FINANCE COMMITTEE
MINUTES

Chair Dean called the meeting to order at 1:02 PM on January 10, 2017, in Room 200 of the State Office Building.

The Committee Legislative Assistant noted the roll.

Members present:

DEAN, Matt, Chair
ALBRIGHT, Tony, Vice Chair
MURPHY, Erin, DFL Lead
BACKER, Jeff
CONSIDINE, Jack
FISCHER, Peter
FRANSON, Mary
GRUENHAGEN, Glenn
HALEY, Barb
HALVERSON, Laurie
HAMILTON, Rod
HEINTZEMAN, Josh
JOHNSON, Brian
LIEBLING, Tina
LOEFFLER, Diane
LOHMER, Kathy
LOONAN, Bob
PIERSON, Nels
PINTO, Dave
SCHOMACKER, Joe
SCHULTZ, Jennifer
ZERWAS, Nick

Members Excused:
ALLEN, Susan

A quorum was present.

Chair Dean and the committee discussed the committee rules, staff roster, and House Research assignments.

Shawn Welch, Director, and Susan Snyder, Assistant Director of the Reports and Forecasts Division of the Minnesota Department of Human Services, presented an overview on the Medical Assistance and MinnesotaCare funding.

Anna Minge, Executive Budget Officer, Minnesota Management and Budget, presented on the Health Care Access Fund.

Chuck Johnson, Deputy Commissioner of the Minnesota Department of Human Services, testified on the Department’s use of periodic data matching to verify premium claims.

The meeting was adjourned at 2:34 PM.





Representative Matt Dean, Chair




Shiloh Larson, Committee Legislative Assistant











More Info On This Meeting..
House TV Video:
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Introduction, discussion of committee rules and committee discussion.
07:38 - Overview of Medical Assistance and MinnesotaCare funding.
1:07:59 - Overview and update on Health Care Access Fund.
Runs 1 hour, 32 minutes.


- Discussion of committee rules
- Overview and update on Health Care Access Fund
- Overview of Medical Assistance and MinnesotaCare funding