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Committee(s) Health Policy
ChairRep. Hank Vaupel
Clerk NameMelissa Sweet
Clerk Phone517.373.5176
LocationRoom 352, House Appropriations, State Capitol Building, Lansing, MI
DateWednesday, 12/2/2020
Time11:45 AM
Time Notes
AgendaHB 5484 (Rep. Rebekah Warren) Health: anatomical gifts; HIV positive organ donations; allow when recipient is HIV positive.

HB 5615 (Rep. Phil Green) Mental health: hospitalization; reporting disclosure related to recipients' deaths that occur in psychiatric hospitals or units; provide for.

HB 6452 (Rep. Beau LaFave) Mental health: other; mental health transport for involuntary psych hospitalization; create standards and licensing requirements for.

SB 417 (Sen. Peter J. Lucido) Health: pharmaceuticals; epinephrine; allow prescribers to prescribe and pharmacists to dispense to firefighters and law enforcement agencies for purposes of the law enforcement and firefighter access to epinephrine act.

SB 418 (Sen. Michael D. MacDonald) Health: other; administration of epinephrine by law enforcement officers and firefighters under certain circumstances; allow, and limit liability.

SB 758 (Sen. Peter MacGregor) Health occupations: psychologists; psychology interjurisdictional compact; enact.

SB 809 (Sen. Jim Stamas) Health: pharmaceuticals; health care false claim act; modify exemption to exempt a rebate or discount related to the injection or infusion of a drug.

SB 813 (Sen. Jim Ananich) Mental health: hospitalization; report of certain deaths after release from a psychiatric hospital or psychiatric unit; provide for.

SB 826 (Sen. Curtis S. VanderWall) Mental health: code; definition of mental health professional; expand to include physician assistants, certified nurse practitioners, and clinical nurse specialists-certified, and allow them to perform certain examinations.

SB 843 (Sen. Peter J. Lucido) Health: other; immunity from liability for certain school employees who administer an epinephrine auto-injector; modify.

SB 844 (Sen. Michael D. MacDonald) Health: other; immunity from certain liability for the administration of opioid antagonists by certain governmental agencies and individuals; modify.

HB 6325 (Rep. Triston Cole) Health facilities: certificate of need; requirement to obtain a certificate of need for catheterization; modify.

SB 855 (Sen. Kevin Daley) Human services: medical services; access to quality complex rehabilitation technology; provide for.

Or any business properly before this committee.

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https://www.house.mi.gov/committee_protocol.asp

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