Tennessee Bills

including subjects Health

Bill Title Introduced↓ Latest Action
HB 939 (112th Regular Session (2021-2022))
Insurance, Health, Accident - As introduced, requires the state group insurance plan, starting in the 2022 plan year, to have an alternate allowable charges schedule to allow enrollees to utilize the services of any licensed medical provider in the United States without being penalized with out-of-network cost sharing charges, except as provided in the schedule, and to have a preferred tier and non-preferred tier. - Amends TCA Title 8 and Title 56.
Feb 09 2021 Def. To Summer Study In Public Service Subcommittee
Mar 31 2021
HB 672 (112th Regular Session (2021-2022))
Health, Dept. of - As introduced, requires the department to make accessible to the public on its website copies of reports generated by the department’s infections taskforce. - Amends TCA Title 56 and Title 68.
Feb 08 2021 Passed On Second Consideration, Refer To Senate Commerce And Labor Committee
Feb 11 2021
SB 1310 (112th Regular Session (2021-2022))
Insurance, Health, Accident - As introduced, requires insurer step therapy protocols for prescription drug coverage to adhere to certain guidelines; requires insurers to provide an exception process for step therapy protocols that meets certain criteria; requires the department of commerce and insurance to promulgate rules. - Amends TCA Title 8; Title 33; Title 53; Title 56; Title 63 and Title 71.
Feb 08 2021 Assigned To General Subcommittee Of Senate Commerce And Labor Committee
Apr 06 2021
SB 956 (112th Regular Session (2021-2022))
Health, Dept. of - As introduced, requires the department to create an evidence-based implicit bias training program for healthcare professionals related to maternal and infant mortality; requires the department to collect certain data; and establishes a perinatal patient bill of rights. - Amends TCA Title 4; Title 33; Title 63; Title 68 and Title 71.
Feb 08 2021 Assigned To General Subcommittee Of Senate Health And Welfare Committee
Mar 31 2021
HB 677 (112th Regular Session (2021-2022))
Insurance, Health, Accident - As introduced, requires insurer step therapy protocols for prescription drug coverage to adhere to certain guidelines; requires insurers to provide an exception process for step therapy protocols that meets certain criteria; requires the department of commerce and insurance to promulgate rules. - Amends TCA Title 8; Title 33; Title 53; Title 56; Title 63 and Title 71.
Feb 08 2021 Assigned To General Subcommittee Of Senate Commerce And Labor Committee
Apr 06 2021
HB 642 (112th Regular Session (2021-2022))
Health, Dept. of - As introduced, requires the department to create an evidence-based implicit bias training program for healthcare professionals related to maternal and infant mortality; requires the department to collect certain data; and establishes a perinatal patient bill of rights. - Amends TCA Title 4; Title 33; Title 63; Title 68 and Title 71.
Feb 08 2021 Assigned To General Subcommittee Of Senate Health And Welfare Committee
Mar 31 2021
SB 601 (112th Regular Session (2021-2022))
Health, Dept. of - As introduced, requires the department to make accessible to the public on its website copies of reports generated by the department’s infections taskforce. - Amends TCA Title 56 and Title 68.
Feb 08 2021 P2c, Caption Bill, Held On Desk - Pending Amdt.
Feb 11 2021
HB 620 (112th Regular Session (2021-2022))
Insurance, Health, Accident - As enacted, authorizes the use of HIPAA-compliant audio-only conversation when providing behavioral health provider-based telemedicine services if HIPAA-compliant real-time, interactive audio, video telecommunications, or electronic technology, or store-and-forward telemedicine services are unavailable. - Amends TCA Title 56, Chapter 7.
Feb 05 2021 Effective Date(S) 04/22/2021
May 03 2021
SB 429 (112th Regular Session (2021-2022))
Insurance, Health, Accident - As enacted, authorizes the use of HIPAA-compliant audio-only conversation when providing behavioral health provider-based telemedicine services if HIPAA-compliant real-time, interactive audio, video telecommunications, or electronic technology, or store-and-forward telemedicine services are unavailable. - Amends TCA Title 56, Chapter 7.
Feb 05 2021 Comp. Became Pub. Ch. 191
May 03 2021
SB 425 (112th Regular Session (2021-2022))
Insurance, Health, Accident - As introduced, increases from 21 days to 30 days the time within which a health insurance entity must pay on or notify a provider regarding a claim received by electronic submission. - Amends TCA Title 4; Title 47, Chapter 18; Title 56 and Title 71.
Feb 04 2021 Taken Off Notice For Cal In S/C Finance, Ways, And Means Subcommittee Of Finance, Ways, And Means Committee
Apr 27 2021
HB 1379 (112th Regular Session (2021-2022))
Insurance, Health, Accident - As introduced, increases from 21 days to 30 days the time within which a health insurance entity must pay on or notify a provider regarding a claim received by electronic submission. - Amends TCA Title 4; Title 47, Chapter 18; Title 56 and Title 71.
Feb 04 2021 Taken Off Notice For Cal In S/C Finance, Ways, And Means Subcommittee Of Finance, Ways, And Means Committee
Apr 27 2021
SB 386 (112th Regular Session (2021-2022))
Health, Dept. of - As enacted, provides that out-of-state medical records evidencing the immunization of a dependent child of a military parent against each of the diseases designated by the commissioner of health as required for attendance at any school or child care facility in this state are sufficient without requiring the child's parent to present the child for medical evaluation in this state to obtain a certificate of immunization. - Amends TCA Title 49, Chapter 6.
Feb 01 2021 Comp. Became Pub. Ch. 169
May 03 2021
HB 454 (112th Regular Session (2021-2022))
Health, Dept. of - As enacted, provides that out-of-state medical records evidencing the immunization of a dependent child of a military parent against each of the diseases designated by the commissioner of health as required for attendance at any school or child care facility in this state are sufficient without requiring the child's parent to present the child for medical evaluation in this state to obtain a certificate of immunization. - Amends TCA Title 49, Chapter 6.
Feb 01 2021 Effective Date(S) 07/01/2021
May 03 2021
SB 307 (112th Regular Session (2021-2022))
Health, Dept. of - As introduced, requires the department to provide certain medical personnel who are residents of this state and who have provided healthcare services during the effective period of the state of emergency declared by the governor in Executive Order No. 14 on March 12, 2020, with a one-time stipend of $1,500. - Amends TCA Title 33; Title 53; Title 56; Title 63; Title 68 and Title 71.
Jan 22 2021 Rec. For Pass. If Am., Ref. To Finance, Ways, And Means Committee
Apr 21 2021
HB 1596 (112th Regular Session (2021-2022))
Health, Dept. of - As introduced, requires the department to provide certain medical personnel who are residents of this state and who have provided healthcare services during the effective period of the state of emergency declared by the governor in Executive Order No. 14 on March 12, 2020, with a one-time stipend of $1,500. - Amends TCA Title 33; Title 53; Title 56; Title 63; Title 68 and Title 71.
Jan 22 2021 Assigned To General Subcommittee Of Senate Commerce And Labor Committee
Apr 21 2021
SB 291 (112th Regular Session (2021-2022))
Health, Dept. of - As introduced, requires the department to provide each nurse, paramedic, and emergency medical technician who is a resident of this state and has provided healthcare services during the effective period of the state of emergency declared by the governor in Executive Order No. 14 on March 12, 2020, with a one-time stipend of $1,500. - Amends TCA Title 33; Title 53; Title 56; Title 63; Title 68 and Title 71.
Jan 21 2021 Passed On Second Consideration, Refer To Senate Commerce And Labor Committee
Feb 10 2021
HB 251 (112th Regular Session (2021-2022))
Health, Dept. of - As introduced, changes the date from February 1 to February 15 each odd-numbered year that the department must submit its report on diabetes to the health committee of the house of representatives and the health and welfare committee of the senate. - Amends TCA Title 4; Title 5 and Title 68.
Jan 20 2021 Intro., P1c.
Feb 08 2021
SB 212 (112th Regular Session (2021-2022))
Health, Dept. of - As enacted, requires licensing authority, upon learning a healthcare prescriber was indicted for or convicted of certain criminal offenses, to restrict or revoke, respectively, the prescriber’s ability to prescribe controlled substances; requires licensing authority to suspend the license of certain healthcare professionals upon finding the healthcare professional failed to comply with physician collaboration requirements; requires facility administrators to report certain information. - Amends TCA Title 4; Title 29, Chapter 26; Title 63 and Title 68.
Jan 19 2021 Comp. Became Pub. Ch. 461
May 21 2021
HB 1045 (112th Regular Session (2021-2022))
Health, Dept. of - As enacted, requires licensing authority, upon learning a healthcare prescriber was indicted for or convicted of certain criminal offenses, to restrict or revoke, respectively, the prescriber’s ability to prescribe controlled substances; requires licensing authority to suspend the license of certain healthcare professionals upon finding the healthcare professional failed to comply with physician collaboration requirements; requires facility administrators to report certain information. - Amends TCA Title 4; Title 29, Chapter 26; Title 63 and Title 68.
Jan 19 2021 Effective Date(S) 05/18/2021
May 21 2021
HB 360 (112th Regular Session (2021-2022))
Insurance, Health, Accident - As enacted, revises requirement for the department of commerce and insurance to report on coverage for mental health, alcoholism, and drug dependency. - Amends TCA Title 8; Title 56; Title 63; Title 68 and Title 71.
Jan 14 2021 Effective Date(S) 4/28/2021
May 04 2021

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