House Bill 310

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Last Action 02/12/19: to Health and Family Services (H)
Title AN ACT relating to medication-assisted treatment program licensing.
Bill Documents Introduced
Bill Request Number 1140
Sponsors C. Harris, T. Bojanowski, T. Branham Clark, D. Graham, A. Hatton, K. Hinkle, J. Jenkins, N. Kulkarni, D. Schamore, M. Sorolis, C. Stevenson, S. Westrom
Summary of Original Version Create new sections of KRS Chapter 222 to entitle this Act the "Medication-Assisted Treatment Program Licensing Act"; define terms; establish the licensure for opioid treatment programs; require oversight by the Department for Behavioral Health, Developmental and Intellectual Disabilities; set forth three licensure categories and the requirements for each; set forth the documentation required for applications; require inspections; establish the licensure for office-based medication-assisted treatment programs; require oversight by the Department for Behavioral Health, Developmental and Intellectual Disabilities; set forth three licensure categories and the requirements for each; set forth the documentation required for applications; require inspections; require registration with the Secretary of State and Department of Revenue; establish requirements for facility, medical director, and staff and qualifications; permit program participation in Medicaid and private insurance; require United States Drug Enforcement Administration, Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration, and Center for Substance Abuse Treatment approval; require fingerprint-supported background checks through the Kentucky State Police and Federal Bureau of Investigation; require participation in the electronic monitoring system for controlled substances; establish requirements for the diagnosis, treatment, and associated documentation for a patient; set forth restrictions for facilities and operations and permit the Cabinet for Health and Family Services Secretary to grant waivers and variances from certain requirements; require the Department for Behavioral Health, Developmental and Intellectual Disabilities to inspect facilities and programs; establish parameters for license limitation, denial, suspension, and revocation; establish violations, penalties, and injunctions; require advertisement disclosure of the medical director; and require the promulgation of administrative regulations for the enforcement of this Act.
Index Headings of Original Version Court of Appeals - Medication-assisted treatment programs, establish civil procedure and penalty
Courts - Medication-assisted treatment programs, establish civil procedure and penalty
Drugs and Medicines - Medication-assisted treatment, establish licensure
Health and Medical Services - Medication-assisted treatment, establish licensure
Insurance, Health - Medication-assisted treatment, allow coverage of
Pharmacists - Medication-assisted treatment, establish licensure
Physicians and Practitioners - Medication-assisted treatment, establish licensure
Secretary of State - Medication-assisted treatment programs, require registration
State Agencies - Medication-assisted treatment, establish licensure
Substance Abuse - Medication-assisted treatment, establish licensure
Medicaid - Medication-assisted treatment, allow coverage of
Administrative Regulations and Proceedings - Medication-assisted treatment, regulation promulgation, requiring
Advertising - Substance use disorder treatment, disclosure in advertising, requiring
Alcoholism - Medication-assisted treatment, establish licensure
Civil Actions - Medication-assisted treatment programs, establish civil procedure and penalty
Civil Procedure - Medication-assisted treatment programs, establish civil procedure and penalty
Short Titles and Popular Names - Medication-Assisted Treatment Program Licensing Act
Background Checks - Medication-assisted treatment programs, require checks

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02/11/19
  • introduced in House
02/12/19
  • to Health and Family Services (H)


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