MEETING NOTICE
COMMITTEE ON HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES
  • SUBJECT:
  • DATE:
  • TIME:
  • LOCATION:
  • First Meeting
  • Monday, February 11, 2019
  • After Session
  • Room 535, State Capitol Building
AGENDA
  • SB 75 By Simpson of the Senate
    • Department of Rehabilitation Services; updating term. Effective date.
  • SB 85 By McCortney of the Senate
    • Opiate antagonists; authorizing certain personnel to administer opiate antagonist. Effective date. Emergency.
  • SB 138 By Young of the Senate
    • Senior citizens; creating the Oklahoma Elderly Care Improvement Act of 20Effective date.
  • SB 142 By Bice of the Senate (Proposed Comm. Sub., req. #1823)
    • Long-term care; setting forth certain conditions on administration and prescribing of certain drugs with respect to residents. Effective date.
  • SB 154 By Simpson of the Senate
    • Education; creating the Language Equality and Acquisition for Deaf Kids Task Force. Effective date. Emergency.
  • SB 220 By Bice of the Senate
    • Venereal disease; modifying reporting requirements of sexually transmitted infection. Effective date.
  • SB 238 By Standridge of the Senate
    • Drugs, devices and cosmetics; creating certain labeling requirements for cannabidiol. Effective date.
  • SB 242 By Standridge of the Senate and Caldwell (Chad) of the House
    • Pain-management clinics; providing for registration and regulation of pain-management clinics. Effective date.
  • SB 284 By Bice of the Senate
    • Childbirth; declaring certain rights of patients; directing facilities to maintain written stillbirth or fetal death event disposition policy. Effective date.
  • SB 381 By Floyd of the Senate and Dollens of the House
    • Schools; allowing a school district board of education to amend certain policy to stock inhalers. Effective date. Emergency.
  • SB 387 By Floyd of the Senate
    • Chiropractic practice; amending various provisions of the Oklahoma Chiropractic Practice Act. Effective date.
  • SB 388 By McCortney of the Senate
    • Home care; allowing certain individuals to assist with self-administration of certain medications. Effective date.
  • SB 436 By Pugh of the Senate
    • Long-term care; requiring certain workers to receive certain training. Effective date.
  • SB 437 By Pugh of the Senate
    • Dementia; directing State Department of Health to create certain pilot program. Effective date.
  • SB 443 By Pugh of the Senate
    • Mammography examinations; requiring health care facilities to send summary of mammography report by electronic mail upon request. Effective date.
  • SB 606 By McCortney of the Senate
    • Sellers of food; providing for licensure and requirements of unattended food establishments. Effective date.
  • SB 621 By Ikley-Freeman of the Senate
    • Licensing and regulations; preventing certain medical examination except under certain circumstances. Effective date.
  • SB 685 By Stanley of the Senate
    • Professions and occupations; modifying certain licensure procedures for podiatrists and perfusionists. Effective date.
  • SB 773 By Stanley of the Senate
    • Mental health and substance abuse services; creating the Oklahoma Mental Health Loan Repayment Act. Effective date.
  • SB 801 By Smalley of the Senate (Proposed Comm. Sub., req. #1810)
    • Oklahoma Nursing Practice Act; modifying authority of Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetists to administer anesthesia and controlled substances. Effective date.
  • Other Business.
  • Senator Jason Smalley, Chair
  • Senator Greg McCortney, Vice Chair
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