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All Health, Welfare and Institutions Bills
Bill Patron Title
HB1001 Runion Death certificates; State Registrar to amend certificates after receiving corrected information. View Comments
HB1011 Guzman Public drinking water; Com. of Health to study occurrence of various substances & acids in water. View Comments
HB1012 Tran Children; comprehensive health care coverage program. View Comments
HB102 Greenhalgh Prescriptions; off-label use. View Comments
HB1038 Scott, P.A. Emergency rules, regulations, and orders; prohibition on mask mandates. View Comments
HB1046 Scott, P.A. Over-the-counter medications, etc.; DMAS to study plan for a process to allow direct purchase. View Comments
HB1071 Tran Hospitals; financial assistance for uninsured patient, payment plans. View Comments
HB1079 Cordoza Local department; establishing human resources staff position, etc. View Comments
HB1086 Leftwich Adoption; death of joint petitioner prior to entry of final order. View Comments
HB1098 Guzman Obesity prevention and other obesity-related services; payment of medical assistance. View Comments
HB1105 McQuinn Practitioners, licensed; continuing education related to implicit bias and cultural competency. View Comments
HB1106 McQuinn Produce Rx Program; established, report. View Comments
HB1107 McQuinn Hospitals; VDH shall develop recommendations for protocols on obstetrical services, report. View Comments
HB1116 Mundon King Child abuse and neglect; valid complaint. View Comments
HB1158 Sickles Temporary Assistance for Needy Families; sanctions. View Comments
HB1172 Adams, D.M. Certified recovery residences; Bd. of BHDS to adopt regulations. View Comments
HB1180 Clark Substance abuse services providers; assessment, tobacco use disorder. View Comments
HB1187 Helmer Out-of-state health care practitioners; temporary authorization to practice. View Comments
HB1193 Hope Medical Assistance Services, Department of; coordinated specialty care, work group established. View Comments
HB1207 Roem DARS; training, powers, and duties of guardian. View Comments
HB1211 VanValkenburg Opioid Abatement Authority; increases membership of Board of Directors. View Comments
HB1221 Tran Hospitals; charity care policies, individuals with low English proficiency. View Comments
HB1240 Scott, P.A. Counseling, Board of; licensure of professional counselors without examination. View Comments
HB1245 Adams, D.M. Nurse practitioners; practice without a practice agreement, repeals sunset provision. View Comments
HB1270 Sickles SNAP benefits; waiver to allow inmates of correctional facilities to apply prior to release. View Comments
HB1294 Gooditis Personal care services; requirements for managed care organizations. View Comments
HB1305 Williams Patrick County; reestablishment of a general hospital. View Comments
HB1307 Fowler Kratom products; prohibited acts, civil penalty. View Comments
HB1323 Orrock Pharmacists; initiation of treatment with and dispensing and administration of vaccines. View Comments
HB1324 Hodges Pharmacy, Board of; pharmacy work environment requirements. View Comments
HB1329 Delaney Sexual assault; pediatric survivors. View Comments
HB1334 Murphy Child abuse and neglect; amends definition, valid complaint. View Comments
HB1342 Murphy Hospital regulations; policies and procedures related to victims of domestic violence. View Comments
HB1345 Fariss Virginia Transplant Council; increases membership. View Comments
HB1359 Byron Health care; consent to disclosure of records. View Comments
HB145 Head Physician assistants; practice. View Comments
HB156 Byron Health, Department of; certain communication prohibited. View Comments
HB16 Fowler Safe haven protections; newborn safety device at hospitals for reception of children. View Comments
HB191 Hodges Health Workforce Development; creates position of Special Advisor to the Governor. View Comments
HB192 Hodges Opioids; amends sunset provisions relating to prescriber requesting information about a patient. View Comments
HB193 Hodges Drug Control Act; adds certain chemicals to the Act. View Comments
HB213 Robinson Optometrists; allowed to perform laser surgery if certified by Board of Optometry. View Comments
HB22 Walker Medical mandates; each adult has a fundamental right to be free from mandates. View Comments
HB229 Coyner Social determinants of health; VDH shall collect & analyze information including demographic data. View Comments
HB232 Orrock Medicaid Fraud Control Unit; recovery of fraudulent payments, report. View Comments
HB234 Orrock Nursing homes, assisted living facilities, etc.; SHHR to study current oversight/regulation. View Comments
HB235 Orrock Hospitals; protocols for patients receiving rehabilitation services. View Comments
HB241 Adams, D.M. Medical assistance; reimbursement for wheelchair bases, etc., for individuals in nursing facilities. View Comments
HB242 Adams, D.M. Professional counselors, licensed; added to list of providers who can disclose or recommend records. View Comments
HB243 Adams, D.M. Medicine, osteopathy, chiropractic, and podiatric medicine; requirements for practitioners. View Comments
HB248 Davis Carrier & managed care health insurance plans; VDH to review efficiency & productivity, etc. View Comments
HB264 Head Public health emergency; out-of-state licenses, deemed licensure. View Comments
HB27 Anderson COVID-19 vaccination status; mandatory COVID-19 vaccination prohibited, discrimination prohibited. View Comments
HB278 Coyner Community health assessments and community health improvement plans; impact on health of residents. View Comments
HB285 Adams, D.M. Clinical nurse specialist; practice agreements. View Comments
HB286 Adams, D.M. Nurse practitioners; authorized to declare death and determine cause of death. View Comments
HB306 Freitas Immunizations; authority of the Commissioner of Health, religious tenets or practices, exception. View Comments
HB312 Rasoul Virginia Health Benefit Exchange; annual marketing plan. View Comments
HB318 Freitas Peer Recovery Support Fund; established. View Comments
HB327 Freitas Child protective services data; DSS to identify & report certain data to Gov. & General Assembly. View Comments
HB330 Watts Nursing homes & certified nursing facilities; minimum staffing standards, administrative sanctions. View Comments
HB343 Subramanyam Barrier crimes; removing offenses involving possession, etc., of controlled substances. View Comments
HB349 Tata Foster care; housing support for persons between ages 18 and 21. View Comments
HB353 Willett Unaccompanied homeless youth; consent to medical care. View Comments
HB360 Fowler Health insurance; carrier contracts, carrier provision of certain prescription drug information. View Comments
HB388 Willett State facilities; video visitation. View Comments
HB390 Murphy Medical assistance services; violence interruption services. View Comments
HB392 Murphy Sudden Unexpected Death in Epilepsy (SUDEP); investigation of deaths. View Comments
HB407 Watts Movie theaters; open captioning to include drive-in theaters. View Comments
HB420 Delaney Opioid-related emergencies; evidence-based best practices in the emergency department. View Comments
HB427 Herring Children's Services Act; community policy and management teams and family assessment, etc. View Comments
HB478 Subramanyam Wholesale prescription drug importation program; Sec. of Health and Human Resources to establish. View Comments
HB481 Helmer Hospitals; price transparency. View Comments
HB484 Helmer Virginia Initiative for Education and Work; exemption for postsecondary students. View Comments
HB494 Rasoul Human donor milk bank licensing; payment of medical assistance and health insurance coverage. View Comments
HB498 Mullin H-2B employer-provided housing; registry. View Comments
HB50 Fariss Infant relinquishment laws; DSS to establish hotline to make information available to public. View Comments
HB512 March COVID-19 immunization; prohibition on requirement, discrimination prohibited. View Comments
HB514 March Mask mandates; prohibition. View Comments
HB519 March Hospitals; regulations, visitation of individuals infected with COVID-19. View Comments
HB534 Batten State plan for medical assistance services; eligibility, social security disability income. View Comments
HB537 Batten Telemedicine; out-of-state providers, behavioral health services provided by practitioner. View Comments
HB538 Clark Perinatal health care providers; implicit bias training. View Comments
HB555 Hayes Health care providers; transfer of patient records in conjunction with closure, etc. View Comments
HB560 O'Quinn Health insurance; retail community pharmacies. View Comments
HB566 Hudson Public hospitals; medical debt collection practices. View Comments
HB598 Hayes Registered surgical technologist; criteria for registration. View Comments
HB604 Sickles Nursing, Board of; power and duty to prescribe minimum standards, etc., for educational programs. View Comments
HB618 Hudson Barrier crimes; possession of controlled substances. View Comments
HB624 Roem Behavioral health safety net workforce needs; DBHDS to develop strategy to address, report. View Comments
HB646 Carr Nursing homes; standards of care and staff requirements, regulations. View Comments
HB651 Kory Individuals w/ intellectual disabilities; DMAS to report on use of community intermediate care. View Comments
HB653 Wampler Foster care; DSS to establish and implement a collaborative local board placement program. View Comments
HB659 Hope Investigation of death; studying cases when person dies while receiving services from licensed prog. View Comments
HB663 Hope Mandatory outpatient treatment; reorganizes and clarifies provisions governing. View Comments
HB668 Hope Facilities for civilly committed sex. violent predators; reports to Commonwealth's advocacy system. View Comments
HB669 Hope Swimming pools & water recreational facilities; study to determine whether VDH should regulate. View Comments
HB679 Hope Opioids; providers of treatment for addiction, conditions for initial licensure, location. View Comments
HB680 Hope Medical assistance services; state plan, case management service, individuals w/severe brain injury. View Comments
HB690 Hope Assisted living facilities; involuntary discharge of a resident. View Comments
HB712 Keam Pharmacy, Board of; safe sharps disposal containers required for pharmacies for public use. View Comments
HB716 Gooditis Kinship foster care; notice and appeal. View Comments
HB717 Filler-Corn Unaccompanied homeless youths; consent for housing services. View Comments
HB743 Bell Certificate of public need; conditions related to inpatient psychiatric services and facilities. View Comments
HB745 Bell Respiratory therapists; practice pending licensure. View Comments
HB751 Bell Suspected abuse; mandated reporters. View Comments
HB769 Hodges Onsite sewage system pump-out oversight; certain localities. View Comments
HB770 Hodges Freestanding emergency departments; Bd. of Health to promulgate regulations related to departments. View Comments
HB783 LaRock Immunizations; authority of the Commissioner of Health, religious exception. View Comments
HB80 Davis Healthcare Regulatory Sandbox Program; established, report, sunset date. View Comments
HB800 Price Medical assistance services; eligibility, individuals confined in state correctional facilities. View Comments
HB805 Price Barrier crimes; eliminates certain crimes from the definition, etc. View Comments
HB807 Price Criminal history background checks; governing individuals providing certain services for adults. View Comments
HB81 Kilgore Statewide Telehealth Plan; Board of Health shall contract with the Virginia Telehealth Network. View Comments
HB84 Kilgore Out-of-state audiologists; providing free health care to an underserved area in the Commonwealth. View Comments
HB861 Sickles Certificate of public need; charity care, projects involving nursing homes. View Comments
HB87 Ware Pandemic response and preparedness; joint subcommittee established to study, report. View Comments
HB877 Lopez Public benefits; eligibility of certain aliens. View Comments
HB878 Lopez Comprehensive health care coverage program; DMAS to establish. View Comments
HB896 Adams, D.M. Nurse practitioner; patient care team provider. View Comments
HB900 Avoli Public health emergency; hospital or nursing home, addition of beds. View Comments
HB910 Orrock Hospitals; emergency department CPT code data reporting, quarterly reports. View Comments
HB915 Orrock Immunizations; required vaccinations for children, regulations. View Comments
HB916 Robinson Health care providers; health records of minors, available via secure website. View Comments
HB917 Orrock Aging services; allocation of resources, individuals with the greatest economic need. View Comments
HB919 Orrock Maximum contaminant levels (MCLs) in water supplies and waterworks; Board of Health regulations. View Comments
HB92 Head Health care providers; amends definition to include home care organizations and hospice. View Comments
HB921 Orrock Controlled substances; prescriber may establish practitioner-patient relationship. View Comments
HB93 Head Home care organizations; changes the license renewal requirement. View Comments
HB930 Robinson Human research; research involving minors, requirements. View Comments
HB931 Robinson Virginia Birth-Related Neurological Injury Compensation Act; publication of disciplinary actions. View Comments
HB933 Robinson Pharmaceutical processors; amends the definition of "cannabis oil." View Comments
HB937 LaRock Family planning services; restrictions on expenditure of funds. View Comments
HB939 Robinson Public health emergency; Comm. of Health to authorize administration, etc., of necessary drugs, etc. View Comments
HB94 Head Public Guardianship and Conservator Ombudsman Office; established. View Comments
HB943 Hodges Health insurance; retail community pharmacies. View Comments
HB96 Head Public guardian and conservator program; decennial review of staff-to-client ratios, report. View Comments
HB962 LaRock Vaccines; adverse events, reporting. View Comments
HB97 Head Nursing homes; regulations, electronic monitoring. View Comments
HB976 LaRock Prescriptions; unapproved use. View Comments
HB98 Head Adult protective services; central registry. View Comments
HB981 Scott, P.A. Health professions, certain; licensure by endorsement. View Comments
HB987 Tran Medicaid; program information, accessibility on every state agency or local government website. View Comments
HB99 Head Funeral service licensees, funeral directors, etc.; continuing education completion every 3 years. View Comments
HB990 Runion Individuals w/ intellectual & developmental disabilities; DMAS to study use of virtual support, etc. View Comments
HB991 Runion Individuals with developmental disabilities; DMAS to amend waivers providing services, etc. View Comments
SB100 Hanger Licensed programs, DBHDS; cardiopulmonary resuscitation for program participants. View Comments
SB129 Morrissey Alkaline hydrolysis; work group to determine regulatory & statutory changes needed to legalize, etc. View Comments
SB130 Favola Public health emergency; hospital or nursing home, addition of beds. View Comments
SB14 Favola Prescription drug donation program; Bd. of Pharmacy shall convene a work group to evaluate, report. View Comments
SB169 Peake Practical nurses, licensed; authority to pronounce death for a patient in hospice, etc. View Comments
SB192 Mason Health director, local; qualifications. View Comments
SB201 Favola Hospitals; financial assistance for uninsured patient, payment plans. View Comments
SB231 Suetterlein Individuals with developmental disabilities; DMAS to amend waivers providing services, etc. View Comments
SB232 Suetterlein Individuals w/ intellectual & developmental disabilities; DMAS to study use of virtual support, etc. View Comments
SB241 Hashmi Renal Disease Council; created, report. View Comments
SB257 Hashmi Counseling Compact; Dept. of Health Professions shall review merits entering into Compact. View Comments
SB300 Deeds Opioids; providers of treatment for addiction, conditions for initial licensure, location. View Comments
SB307 Mason Kinship foster care; notice and appeal. View Comments
SB317 Favola Out-of-state health care practitioners; temporary authorization to practice. View Comments
SB350 Surovell Health records; patient's right to disclosure. View Comments
SB369 Stuart Public health emergency; out-of-state licenses, deemed licensure. View Comments
SB375 Petersen Optometrists; allowed to perform laser surgery if certified by Board of Optometry. View Comments
SB40 Spruill Assisted living facilities; involuntary discharge, safeguards for residents. View Comments
SB414 Kiggans Nurse practitioners; patient care team physician supervision capacity increased. View Comments
SB426 Dunnavant Medical assistance services; state plan, remote patient monitoring. View Comments
SB428 Dunnavant Health insurance; carrier contracts, carrier provision of certain prescription drug information. View Comments
SB429 Dunnavant DBHDS and VSP; development of mental health and public safety mobile applications. View Comments
SB435 Barker Children's Services Act; community policy and management teams and family assessment, etc. View Comments
SB436 Barker Statewide Telehealth Plan; Board of Health shall contract with the Virginia Telehealth Network. View Comments
SB448 Boysko Hospital regulations; policies and procedures related to victims of domestic violence. View Comments
SB479 McClellan Health services; obsolete provisions. View Comments
SB48 Favola Aging, Commonwealth Council on; required to submit an annual report. View Comments
SB485 McClellan Delinquency Prevention and Youth Development Act; youth services citizen boards, duties, guidelines. View Comments
SB511 Suetterlein Opioid treatment program pharmacy; medication dispensing, registered/licensed practical nurses. View Comments
SB55 Cosgrove Death certificates; State Registrar to amend certificates after receiving corrected information. View Comments
SB56 Favola Foster Care Prevention program; established. View Comments
SB577 Mason Children's residential facilities; criminal history background checks. View Comments
SB580 McDougle Home care organizations; Department of Health to remove triennial audit requirement. View Comments
SB590 Pillion Dentistry; license to teach, foreign dental program graduates. View Comments
SB594 Pillion Medicaid participants; treatment involving the prescription of opioids, payment. View Comments
SB63 Ruff Safe haven protections; newborn safety device at hospitals for reception of children. View Comments
SB641 Morrissey Early Psychosis Intervention and Coordinated Specialty Care Program Advisory Board; established. View Comments
SB647 Dunnavant Public health emergency; Comm. of Health to authorize administration, etc., of necessary drugs, etc. View Comments
SB663 Stanley Telemedicine services; state plan for medical assistance services, provision for payment. View Comments
SB671 Dunnavant Pharmaceutical processors; amends the definition of "cannabis oil." View Comments
SB672 Dunnavant Pharmacists; initiation of treatment with and dispensing and administration of vaccines. View Comments
SB689 Mason Foster or adoptive homes; background checks, etc., for applicants. View Comments
SB714 Deeds Comprehensive crisis system; voluntary mental health check-in option as part of the system, report. View Comments
SB759 Newman Drug Control Act; adds certain chemicals to the Act. View Comments

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