It particularly evaluates modifications and alterations of sexual functions in relation to the intake of medicines or psychotropic substances.
Requires task force members to provide health services to, or advocate on behalf of, members of language and ethnic minority groups and lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender groups. Requires the physician linguistic competency program to address those groups.
Requires program training to be formulated with medical societies of those groups. AB Declares the intent of the legislature to enact legislation that would help increase the number of physicians and surgeons, registered nurses, and other health care professionals in medically underserved areas.
AB Authorizes the deputy director of the Office of Health Equity to include on the advisory committee—whose purpose is to advance the goals of the office and to actively participate in decision making—representatives from women's health organizations that focus on health disparities and inequalities related to gender.
Re-referred to Senate Committee on Health. AB Amends the Personal Income Tax Law to allow a credit to a qualified taxpayer who is a health care professional who resides and practices in a rural health care professional shortage area pursuant to an agreement with the State Department of Health Care Services in a specified amount of the taxpayer's student loans.
In Assembly Committee on Appropriations: AB Requires the director of Statewide Health Planning and Development to adopt regulations relating to the designation of health access zones and for the purpose of targeting state resources to reduce health disparities and increase access to primary care for the state's growing Medi Cal population.
Allows a credit against the personal tax income for each net increase in qualified full time health access zone employees.
Read second time and amended. Rereferred to Committee on Health.
AJR 5 Designates the week of April, as National Cancer Awareness Week in effort to bring attention to the disparities of cancer among medically underserved populations, among other things.
Chaptered by Secretary of State. SB Requires the Office of Statewide Health Planning and Development to develop a health disparity report based upon inpatient hospital discharge data. Requires the report to focus on areas such as cardiovascular disease and breast cancer, and report to the legislature by Jan.
Requires the department of health to establish the Community Health Worker Task Force within a Florida college system institution or state university. Requires the task force develop recommendations for including community health workers in the development of proposals for health care or Medicaid reform, among other things.
Died in Committee; Senate Version: Requires each proposal identify the particular racial or ethnic disparity it will address. Hawaii HB Requires continuing education for nurse aides to include multicultural health awareness and education. Outlines state policy to prioritize programs, services, interventions and activities that address social determinants of health to reduce health disparities of Native Hawaiians, other Pacific Islanders and Filipinos.
Additionally referred to House Committee on Health.
HB Appropriates funds for financial assistance for Hawaii interpreters for training and certification in medical or healthcare interpretation and for the development of medical glossaries in the primary foreign languages spoken in Hawaii.
To Senate Committee on Health. Requires the department consider social determinants of health in the assessment of state needs for health. To Governor; Senate Version: HCR Urges the development of an action plan to mitigate immediate and future critical shortages of physicians in the State of Hawaii.
To House Committee on Finance. SB Establishes the infant mortality reduction advisory board; requires the department of health to develop and publish a statewide, comprehensive infant mortality reduction strategic plan, including strategies to address social determinants of health as they relate to infant mortality.
SB Updates the Hawaiii State Planning Act objectives for health to include a commitment to eliminating health disparities by explicitly identifying and addressing social determinants of health. Burns School of Medicine to establish a native Hawaiian health task force to create data sharing policies, propose cost-effective improvements to where Native Hawaiians and others live, learn, work and play; propose legislation to address social determinants of health in Hawaii, raise awareness and propose programs to advance health equity, propose programs and legislative action that will address barriers and access to health care and more.
Illinois HB Amends the Department of Public Health Powers and Duties Law of the Civil Administrative Code; sets forth core competencies for effective community health workers as members of health teams; provides that such competencies include skills that are essential to bringing about expanded health and wellness in diverse communities and to reduce health disparities; requires a specified board to develop a plan for the certification process of community health workers.
Indiana SB Requires an individual seeking licensure in a health care profession to complete cultural competency training.
SR 34 Urges the Legislative Council to study complete cultural competency training as a requirement for licensure in a health care profession. Iowa SB Creates the Health Enterprise Zone Act; provides that the purpose of Health Enterprise Zones is to encourage public and private partners on the state and local level to collaborate in targeting resources to reduce health disparities, address social determinants of health, improve individual health outcomes and population health, and reduce health care costs throughout the state; provides definition of health enterprise zone.
In Senate Committee on Ways and Means. HR Creates a working group to study the impact of nurse practitioners on enhancement of access to health care in medically underserved areas.If you find yourself caring for a domestic rabbit that you suspect is pregnant, or has recently given birth you will probably have a million questions.
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Life expectancy and overall health have improved in recent years for most Americans, thanks in part to a better focus on preventive medicine and advances in medical technology.
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