NONCONSENSUAL INVASIVE BODILY EXAM.; PROHIBIT          H.B. 4958 (S-1) & S.B. 1081:

                                                                                                    SUMMARY OF BILL

                                                                                     REPORTED FROM COMMITTEE

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

House Bill 4958 (Substitute S-1 as reported)

Senate Bill 1081 (as reported without amendment)

Sponsor:  Representative Pamela Hornberger (H.B. 4958)

               Senator Paul Wojno (S.B. 1081)

House Committee:  Health Policy

                             Ways and Means

Senate Committee:  Health Policy and Human Services

 


CONTENT

 

House Bill 4958 (S-1) would amend Part 161 (General Provisions) of the Public Health Code to do the following:

 

 --    Prohibit a licensee or registrant from performing an invasive bodily examination on an anesthetized or unconscious patient except in certain circumstances.

 --    Require a licensee or registrant to ensure that a student who was in a health profession training program did not perform a pelvic examination on an anesthetized or unconscious patient.

 

Senate Bill 1081 would amend Section 161 of the Code to define "invasive bodily examination" as an invasive bodily, vaginal, rectal, or prostate examination.

 

Proposed MCL 333.16279 (H.B. 4958)                       Legislative Analyst:  Stephen Jackson

MCL 333.16105 & 333.16106 (S.B. 1081)

 

FISCAL IMPACT

 

The bills would have no fiscal impact on State or local government.

 

Date Completed:  10-12-20                                      Fiscal Analyst:  Elizabeth Raczkowski

 

 

 

 

This analysis was prepared by nonpartisan Senate staff for use by the Senate in its deliberations and does not constitute an official statement of legislative intent.