Topical Index

EMERGENCY SERVICES  EMERGENCY SERVICES RSS Feed
               (See also FIRE PROTECTION; HEALTH CARE PROFESSIONS AND PROVIDERS; HOSPITALS; UNIFORMED PERSONNEL)
Ambulance services, interlocal agreements with fire protection districts, removing rural limitation: EHB 2278
Ambulances, diversion to urgent care facilities, department of health to study: SB 5553
Ambulances, requirements for seat belts, air bags, and driver training: HB 2255, SHB 2255
Call location, wireless providers to provide location information to law enforcement responding to emergency: HB 1897, SHB 1897, 2SHB 1897
Electronic tracking program, coordinated care, integrating prescription monitoring program into: SB 5554
Emergency departments at hospitals, overcrowding, department of health to convene stakeholders meeting concerning, requirements: SB 5629
Emergency medical care and transportation services, ensuring direct payment to provider not under health care service contract: SHB 1263
Emergency medical care and transportation services, ensuring direct payment to provider under health care service contract: HB 1263, SB 5388
Emergency medical personnel, futile emergency medical treatment, use of medical order form and immunity for certain providers: SB 5562, SSB 5562
Emergency medical services, health insurance coverage, amending provisions: SB 6302
Emergency medical services, property tax levy, adjusting levy cap to increase funding: HB 1136
Emergency medical services, property tax levy, modifying requirements for placing countywide proposal on ballot: HB 2428, SHB 2428
Emergency medical technician, extending physician-patient privilege to: HB 1772, SB 5687
Enhanced 911 emergency communications services, excise tax for: HB 1971, SHB 1971, * 2E2SHB 1971, CH 8 (2013), SB 5422, SSB 5873, SB 5899, SB 5911
Enhanced 911 emergency communications system, exempting caller identity from disclosure: HB 2239
First responder, extending physician-patient privilege to: HB 1772, SB 5687
Kelsey Smith act, providing wireless communications call location information to law enforcement responding to emergency: HB 1897, SHB 1897
Life alert services, providing certain customer information to first responders: SB 6527, SB 6554, SSB 6554
Medical program directors, clarifying authority in relation to certain emergency medical personnel: HB 2127
Missing endangered persons, adding to missing children clearinghouse: HB 1895, SB 5556, * SSB 5556, CH 285 (2013)
Oil and hazardous materials transportation, city and county emergency first responder spill prevention and response: SB 6524
Oil transportation, liquid bulk crude oil spill response and firefighting, grants to emergency first responders in connection with: SB 6582
Oil transportation, oil spill response and firefighting, grants to emergency first responders in connection with: SB 6576
Physician's trained emergency medical service intermediate life support technician and paramedic, extending physician-patient privilege to: HB 1772, SB 5687
Prescription monitoring program, department of health, integrating into coordinated care electronic tracking program: SB 5554
Privilege, physician-patient, extending to emergency responders: HB 1772, SB 5687
Receiving care centers, licensing of, short-term emergency and crisis care for child removed from home: HB 1261, SB 5475
Resource and assessment centers, license for, short-term emergency and crisis care for child removed from home: * SHB 1261, CH 105 (2013), SSB 5475
Schools, emergency response systems for, designing: * 2SSB 5197, CH 233 (2013)
Signs, static digital outdoor advertising signs, use along state highways for emergency information: HB 1408, SB 5304
Yellow dot program for motor vehicles: HB 1002