Topical Index

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               (See also HEALTH CARE; INSURANCE; PUBLIC ASSISTANCE)
Abolishing authority and replacing with Washington health security trust: HB 1085, SB 5224
Adult behavioral health system, improvement of, role of authority: SB 5732, SSB 5732, * 2SSB 5732, CH 338 (2013)
Basic health option, federal, triggering if Washington health benefit exchange enrollment is insufficient: SB 5482
Basic health plan, limiting enrollment to citizens of United States and qualified aliens: HB 1391
Basic health plan, marijuana excise tax revenues for, redirecting to low-income health care: HB 2793
Behavioral health services, combined mental health and chemical dependency services, state purchasing of, authority role: HB 2639, SHB 2639, E2SHB 2639, SB 6312, SSB 6312, * 2SSB 6312, CH 225 (2014)
Birth control, requiring dispensing of contraceptive drugs for medicaid enrollees: HB 2022, SHB 2022, SB 5884
Dental health aide services, for Indian tribes, health care authority role: HB 2466, SB 6275
Diabetes epidemic, agency collaboration to identify goals and develop agency plans, authority involvement: HB 1795, SB 5423
Duties of authority, to include reducing adverse prescription drug events: SB 6360
Federal basic health program, health care authority to begin econometric modeling to analyze program: ESHB 2594
Federal basic health program, health care authority to develop blueprint for: HB 2594, SB 6231
Federal receipts, requiring that authority report concerning federal financial assistance: SB 5804, * SSB 5804, CH 32 (2013)
Health benefit exchange, Washington, allowing dental benefits to be offered separately or in health plan: HB 2467, SHB 2467
Health benefit exchange, Washington, allowing plans outside exchange: HB 2220, HB 2221, SB 6464
Health benefit exchange, Washington, business and occupation tax exemption for certain amounts received: HB 1517, SHB 1517, * ESHB 1947, CH 6 (2013), SB 5283, SSB 5283
Health benefit exchange, Washington, carriers offering health plans outside of, clarifying requirements: HB 2061, * SB 5931, CH 31 (2014)
Health benefit exchange, Washington, continuity of care during grace periods: HB 2571, SB 6016
Health benefit exchange, Washington, creation as state agency: HB 2340
Health benefit exchange, Washington, funding exchange operations with insurance carrier assessment deposited in health benefit exchange account: HB 1947
Health benefit exchange, Washington, funding exchange operations with insurance issuer assessment deposited in health benefit exchange account: * ESHB 1947, CH 6 (2013)
Health benefit exchange, Washington, limiting information provided by in connection with affordable care act implementation: HB 1712
Health benefit exchange, Washington, monitoring enrollment and establishing trigger for federal basic health option: SB 5482
Health benefit exchange, Washington, notification of grace period and premium nonpayment during grace period: * ESSB 6016, CH 84 (2014)
Health benefit exchange, Washington, premium assistance for exchange coverage for medicaid-eligible adults and children: SB 5914, SSB 5914
Health benefit exchange, Washington, requesting waiver to authorize enrollment in exchange rather than medicaid: HB 1713, SB 5918
Health benefit exchange, Washington, stand-alone pediatric oral services coverage: HB 1846, SB 5719
Health benefit exchange, Washington, using for school district, state agency, and higher education part-time employees: ESSB 5905
Health care innovation plan for state, authority role in public and private implementation: HB 2572, SHB 2572, * E2SHB 2572, CH 223 (2014) PV
Hearing aids, including coverage in state-purchased health care: HB 1356
Hospital safety net assessment and fund, modifying provisions to pay for medicaid hospital services and grants: HB 2016, 2ESHB 2016, SB 5913, * ESSB 5913, CH 17 (2013)
Hospital safety net assessment and fund, state to phase down during medicaid expansion and end reliance on: SB 5913, * ESSB 5913, CH 17 (2013)
Hospitals, contracting with health care authority each fiscal biennium: * ESSB 5913, CH 17 (2013)
Interpreter services, authorizing purchase by authority for limited-English speaking or sensory-impaired public assistance applicants and recipients: HB 1753, SB 5833
Interpreter services, authorizing purchase by authority for limited-English speaking public assistance applicants and recipients: ESHB 1753, 2SHB 1753, EHB 2617
Managed care organizations, contracts with authority, including performance measures for service coordination organizations: HB 1519
Managed care organizations, contracts with authority, including performance measures for service coordination organizations and contracting entities: * ESHB 1519, CH 320 (2013)
Medicaid enrollees, services to, allowing nurses and physicians to satisfy continuing education credits by performing: HB 1628, SB 5825
Medicaid, aligning certain expiration dates that limit payments for health care services with start of medicaid expansion: SB 5631
Medicaid, contraceptive drugs, requiring dispensing of: HB 2022, SHB 2022, SB 5884
Medicaid, eligible adults and children, premium assistance for health benefit exchange coverage for: SB 5914, SSB 5914
Medicaid, enrollees in border communities, access to care through contractual agreements across state border, authority role: * SB 6419, CH 39 (2014)
Medicaid, expansion of, authorizing authority to implement: SSB 5876
Medicaid, expansion of, comprehensive modifications in order to implement: SB 5894
Medicaid, false claims, reasons for debarment of state procurement contractors to include: * SB 5948, CH 34 (2013)
Medicaid, hospital safety net assessment and fund, modifying provisions to pay for medicaid hospital services and grants: HB 2016, 2ESHB 2016, SB 5913, * ESSB 5913, CH 17 (2013)
Medicaid, hospital safety net assessment and fund, state to phase down during medicaid expansion and end reliance on: SB 5913, * ESSB 5913, CH 17 (2013)
Medicaid, managed care, enrollee comprehensive medication management: SSB 5213, * 2SSB 5213, CH 261 (2013)
Medicaid, managed care, enrollee comprehensive medication management process: HB 1637
Medicaid, managed care, enrollee prescription review process: SB 5213
Medical assistance program, complex rehabilitation technology products and services, authority to establish separate recognition for: HB 1445, SHB 1445, * E2SHB 1445, CH 178 (2013)
Medical assistance, authority to establish low-income disproportionate share hospital payment mechanism: HB 1635, SHB 1635
Medical assistance, hospital safety net assessment and fund, modifying provisions to pay for medicaid hospital services and grants: HB 2016, 2ESHB 2016, SB 5913, * ESSB 5913, CH 17 (2013)
Medical assistance, hospital safety net assessment and fund, state to phase down during medicaid expansion and end reliance on: SB 5913, * ESSB 5913, CH 17 (2013)
Medical assistance, managed care health systems, payments by authority to: * HB 2798, CH 198 (2014)
Medical assistance, noncritical access hospitals, designing system of hospital quality incentive payments for: HB 2016, 2ESHB 2016, * ESSB 5913, CH 17 (2013)
Medical assistance, prospective payment system, psychiatric, and rehabilitation hospitals, designing system of hospital quality incentive payments for: SB 5913
Medical care services, restricting eligibility to certain legal immigrants: HB 2069, * SHB 2069, CH 10 (2013)
Part-time employees of school districts, state agencies, and higher education institutions, using Washington health benefit exchange for: ESSB 5905
Political subdivisions of state, employee participation in state insurance or self-insurance programs, to include retirees: HB 1741, SB 5654
Provider one system, jails contracting with department of corrections to participate in system for inmate health care: HB 1911, SHB 1911, SB 5792, SB 5892, * 2ESSB 5892, CH 14 (2013)
Public employees' benefits board, creating public employees' benefits board benefits account: HB 2436, SB 6346
Public employees' benefits board, eligibility for health care benefits, technical changes relevant to domestic partnerships: HB 2437, SB 6347
Public employees' benefits board, eligibility of separated members of PERS, SERS, and TRS plan 2 for insurance plans and contracts: HB 1668, SB 5650
Public employees' benefits board, employee eligibility for benefits, modifying board provisions concerning: HB 1587, HB 2437, SB 5542, SB 5905, ESSB 5905, SB 6347
Public employees' benefits board, employee eligibility for benefits, modifying provisions to be consistent with patient protection and affordable care act: SB 5905, ESSB 5905
Public employees' benefits board, health assessment and wellness programs, board role: SB 5474
Public employees' benefits board, pilot project for uniform medical plan enrollees testing mutual accountability model: HB 2565
School employees' insurance benefits, districts and insurance commissioner to provide data to health care authority for reporting purposes: SB 6519
Service coordination organizations and contracting entities, accountability measures, authority to incorporate into contracts: * ESHB 1519, CH 320 (2013)
Service coordination organizations, accountability measures, authority to incorporate into contracts: HB 1519
State employee health and wellness program, incorporating health assessment and wellness programs, authority role: SB 5474
State employee wellness programs, governor to appoint health and wellness advisory committee: ESSB 5811
State employee wellness programs, to be required in all state employee health care benefit plans: SB 5811, ESSB 5811
Telemedicine, health plan coverage, provider reimbursement: HB 1448, 2ESHB 1448
Vendors, overpayments against, authority collection from vendors practicing strategic successorship: SB 5401
Wellness programs for state employees, expanding: SB 5474