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Adult day health programs, encouraging expansion through challenge grant program: HB 1983
Adult day services, nurse delegation: HB 1630
Adult family homes, disclosure of charges for care, services, items, and activities provided by: SHB 1701, 2SHB 1701
Adult family homes, disclosure of scope of care, services, and activities provided by: HB 1701, SHB 1701, 2SHB 1701, SB 5630, * SSB 5630, CH 300 (2013)
Adult family homes, implementing recommendations of adult family home quality assurance panel: HB 1701, SHB 1701, 2SHB 1701, SB 5630, * SSB 5630, CH 300 (2013)
Adult family homes, modifying certain licensing fee and capital add-on rate provisions: HB 2320
Adult family homes, modifying certain licensing, licensing fee, and capital add-on rate provisions: SHB 2320
Adult family homes, multiple, accepting and processing applications for licensure of additional homes, conditions: * EHB 1677, CH 185 (2013)
Adult family homes, protection of residents from potential ongoing neglect: HB 1701, SHB 1701, 2SHB 1701, SB 5630, * SSB 5630, CH 300 (2013)
Adult family homes, requirements when registered sex offender residing in home: HB 1125
Adult family homes, services for nonresident individuals: HB 2320
Adult family homes, vulnerable adults in, meeting special needs of: HB 1701, SHB 1701, 2SHB 1701, SB 5630, * SSB 5630, CH 300 (2013)
Adult residential care, compensation of providers by health care service contractors as part of medicaid dual eligibility pilot project: HB 2787, SB 6565
Aging and disability issues, joint legislative executive committee on, establishment in connection with long-term care issues: HB 1631, SB 5519, SSB 5519
Aging and disability resource centers, information and evaluations of, reporting requirements for department of social and health services: SB 5519, SSB 5519
Assisted living facilities, compensation by health care service contractors as part of medicaid dual eligibility pilot project: HB 2787, SB 6565
Assisted living facilities, nursing services provided by, requiring that facility have continued nursing service license designation: SHB 1727, 2E2SHB 1727
Assisted living facilities, to include residents not requiring certain frequent nursing supervision: HB 1727, SHB 1727, 2E2SHB 1727
Autopsies, authorization according to order of priority, disclosure to residents and legal representatives: HB 2730
Case management oversight, by area agency on aging, modifying verification of worker time sheets requirement: HB 2632, SB 6453, * SSB 6453, CH 40 (2014)
Elderly, program of all-inclusive care (PACE), establishing certain long-term care client rules and program education plan: HB 1499, * SHB 1499, CH 258 (2013)
Families preparing for care costs and supports needs, outreach to and evaluation of support options: SB 5519, SSB 5519
Guardians, for incapacitated adults, improving protections for adults by modifying guardianship provisions: HB 1816, SB 5694
Home and community-based services, eligibility of recipients for Washington telephone assistance program: HB 2696
In-home care services, medicaid, restoring funding: HB 2159, SB 6225
In-home personal care, agency electronic timekeeping, limited exemption: HB 2647, SB 6422
In-home personal care, agency electronic timekeeping, limited exemption when lacking a landline phone: HB 1362, SB 5509
Insurance coverage for long-term care, feasibility study of options for: HB 2777
Insurance for long-term care, requiring prompt payment and denials: HB 1441, * SB 5216, CH 8 (2013)
Insurance policies for long-term care, protecting insured from unintentional lapses through notification requirements: SB 5447
Insurance, premium rate changes, notices and information for policy and certificate holders: HB 2449, SHB 2449, SB 6271
Medicaid personal care services, refinancing under community first choice option: HB 2746, * ESHB 2746, CH 166 (2014)
Medicaid, dual eligibility pilot project, compensation of various long-term care facilities and providers by health care service contractors: HB 2787, SB 6565
Medicaid, nursing facility payment system, compensation by health care service contractors as part of dual eligibility pilot project: HB 2787, SB 6565
Medicaid, nursing facility payment system, delaying rebase of certain rate components and extending certain rate add-ons: * HB 2042, CH 3 (2013)
Medicaid, nursing facility payment system, establishing disproportionate share rate add-on: HB 2236
Medicaid, nursing facility payment system, establishing medicaid disproportionate share component rate allocation for each facility: HB 1885, SB 5838
Medicaid, nursing facility payment system, restoring certain changes made in 2011: HB 1885, SB 5838
Nursing facilities, medicaid payment system, compensation by health care service contractors as part of dual eligibility pilot project: HB 2787, SB 6565
Nursing facilities, medicaid payment system, various changes: HB 1885, * HB 2042, CH 3 (2013), HB 2236, SB 5838
Nursing facilities, preferential admission for certain residents with continuing care contracts: HB 2778
Personal care services, medicaid, refinancing under community first choice option: HB 2746, * ESHB 2746, CH 166 (2014)
Personal protective equipment for individual providers, methodology for providing: HB 2310, * SHB 2310, CH 70 (2014), SB 6111
Property tax exemption, nonprofit homes for sick or infirm, community benefit report requirement: SB 5041
Respite care, agency electronic timekeeping, limited exemption: HB 2647, SB 6422
Respite care, agency electronic timekeeping, limited exemption when lacking a landline phone: HB 1362, SB 5509
Service coordination organizations and contracting entities, establishing accountability measures: * ESHB 1519, CH 320 (2013)
Service coordination organizations, establishing accountability measures: HB 1519
Sex offenders, registered, requirements when residing in adult family home: HB 1125
Tretwold, Jerry, honoring: * HR 4625 (2013)
Workers, certain individual respite service providers, exemption from certain certification and training requirements: HB 2646, * SSB 6387, CH 139 (2014), SB 6421
Workers, including nurses, credentialing and continuing education requirements: HB 1629, * SHB 1629, CH 259 (2013)
Workers, including nurses, issuing provisional certificate to worker who is limited English proficient: * SHB 1629, CH 259 (2013)