The Senate Committee on Appropriations, to which was referred Senate Bill No. 460, has had the same
under consideration and begs leave to report the same back to the Senate with the recommendation that
said bill be AMENDED as follows:
calculation of the overpayment.
(b) A noninstitutional provider that receives a preliminary calculation of the overpayment under subsection (a)(2) may request administrative reconsideration of the preliminary calculation of the overpayment not later than forty-five (45) days after the issuance of the preliminary calculation of the overpayment. The noninstitutional provider must request administrative reconsideration before filing an appeal.
(c) Following reconsideration of a noninstitutional provider's comments and if the office of the secretary or the office of the secretary's designee believes that an overpayment has occurred, the office of the secretary or the office of the secretary's designee shall notify the noninstitutional provider in writing that the office of the secretary or the office of the secretary's designee:
(1) believes that the overpayment has occurred; and
(2) is issuing a final calculation of the overpayment.
(d) If the noninstitutional provider is dissatisfied with the reconsideration response issued by the office of the secretary or the office of the secretary's designee, the noninstitutional provider may request a hearing by filing an appeal with the office of the secretary not later than sixty (60) days after the issuance of the reconsideration response.".
a residential dwelling that is not more than eight thousand
(8,000) square feet and includes the following:
(A) A fully accessible private bathroom for each resident room that includes a toilet, sink, and roll in shower with a seat.
(B) A common area living room seating area.
(C) An open full-sized kitchen where one hundred percent (100%) of the resident's meals are prepared.
(D) A dining room that has one (1) table large enough to seat each resident of the dwelling and at least two (2) staff members.
(E) Access to natural light in each habitable space.
(2) Does not include the following characteristics of an institutional setting:
(A) A nurse's station.
(B) Room numbering or other signs that would not be found in a residential setting.
(3) Provides self-directed care.
Sec. 2. (a) This chapter does not apply to the following:
(1) An entity that:
(A) is licensed or to be licensed under this article;
(i) has physically begun significant construction of the health facility before December 31, 2011; or
(ii) is seeking only to license a bed that has been obtained through purchase or agreement from an existing licensed comprehensive care health facility; and
(C) meets the licensure and survey requirements of IC 16-28.
(2) A comprehensive care health facility that is licensed under IC 16-28-2 and is transferring or relocating an existing comprehensive care health facility to a county in which the occupancy rate is at least ninety percent (90%).
(3) A comprehensive care health facility that is licensed under IC 16-28-2 and is replacing existing licensed beds within the same county.
(4) A small house health facility.
The state department shall make the final determination on whether an entity has physically begun significant construction of a comprehensive care health facility for purposes of subdivision (1)(B).
(b) If a replacement bed license is being transferred as described
in subsection (a) to a different comprehensive care health facility
with the same ownership, the comprehensive care health facility
holding the comprehensive care bed license shall provide the state
department with written verification that the health facility has
agreed to transfer the beds to the applicant health facility.
(c) If a replacement bed license is being transferred as described in subsection (a) to a different comprehensive care health facility under different ownership, the comprehensive care health facility transferring the bed license shall provide the state department with a copy of the complete agreement between the comprehensive care health facility transferring the beds and the applicant comprehensive care health facility.
(d) Except in the case of an emergency or a disaster, licensure of an existing comprehensive care bed may not be transferred to a new location until the new facility is seeking licensure of the bed.
Sec. 3. The state department may not approve a new comprehensive care health facility license under IC 16-28-2 and an entity may not add or construct a comprehensive care health facility licensed or to be licensed under IC 16-28 unless the state department determines that there is a need for the health facility in the county by determining that the occupancy rate in health facilities for the county in which the health facility is located or is to be located is at a rate of at least ninety percent (90%).
Sec. 4. (a) A person planning to construct a small house health facility shall apply to the Indiana health facility council for approval.
(b) An applicant under this section, including an entity related to the applicant through common ownership or control, may apply for not more than fifty (50) comprehensive care beds for small house health facilities per year.
(c) The Indiana health facilities council may not recommend, and the state department may not approve, certification of more than one hundred (100) new comprehensive care beds designated for small house health facilities per year.
(d) The state department shall approve an application for a small house health facility:
(1) in the order of the completed application date;
(2) if the applicant meets the definition of a small house health facility and the requirements of this section; and
(3) after the Indiana health facilities council has recommended the application for approval.
(e) The health facilities council may not recommend, and the
state department may not approve, an application for construction
and operation of a small house health facility if the person meets
any of the following:
(1) Has a record of operation of less than a full license.
(2) Has owned or operated a health facility that has had the health facility's license revoked, suspended, or denied.
(3) Has received a survey finding of substandard quality of care, immediate jeopardy, or actual harm.
(4) Has filed for bankruptcy, reorganization, or receivership.
(5) Was the subject of any of the following:
(A) License decertification.
(B) License termination.
(C) A finding of patient:
(ii) mistreatment; or
(f) A person that fails to complete construction and begin operation of a small house comprehensive care health facility within twelve (12) months of the state department's approval of the application forfeits the person's right to the comprehensive care beds approved by the state department if:
(1) another person has applied to the Indiana health facilities council for approval of at least (1) small house health facility; and
(2) the person's application was denied for the sole reason that the maximum number of comprehensive care beds specified in subsection (c) had been certified for small house health facilities.
Sec. 5. This chapter expires June 30, 2014.".
Renumber all SECTIONS consecutively.
(Reference is to SB 460 as introduced.)
and when so amended that said bill do pass .
Committee Vote: Yeas 12, Nays 0.