HF 232—Death pronouncements in correctional facilities HF 233—Step Therapy exception protocol HF 234—County Mental Health Advocate reporting HF 393—Department of Public Health omnibus bill HF 396—Definition of foster care HF 534—School district child care programs […]
HF 306—Nurse aid training and testing HF 532—Prescription Monitoring Program registration HF 547—DHS background investigations HF 591—Supervision of physician assistants FLOOR ACTION: HF 306 directs the Department of Human Services to adopt rules that will […]
SF 360—Safe Haven Act SF 419—Nurse licensure compact HF 234—Mental health advocate reporting requirements HF 393—Department of Public Health policy bill HF 396—Foster care definition HF 531—DHS electronic asset verification program HF 534—Child care program […]
SF 51—Cytomegalovirus (CMV) awareness and screening SF 359—Fetal tissue SF 458—Psychiatric Practitioner loan repayment program SF 484—Board of Pharmacy policy bill HF 232—Death pronouncements by nurses and physician assistants HF 306—Nurse aid training and testing […]
SF 250—Mammogram notifications SF 471—20-week abortion ban SF 479–Dental hygienists educational activities FLOOR ACTION SF 250 requires facilities providing mammography services to include information on breast density in mammography reports sent to patients pursuant to […]
SF 75—Disclosure of mental health information SF 285 –Psychiatric loan repayment program HF 305—Prescribing biologic drugs SSB 1032 – Injection authority for optometrists SSB 1072 – Step therapy SSB 1074—Board of Pharmacy policy bill SSB […]
Senate File 183 relates to the Newborn Safe Haven Act, which allows a parent to relinquish physical custody of a newborn infant up to 14 days old, without fear of prosecution for abandonment.
SF77 requires facilities providing mammograms to include information on breast density in reports sent to patients pursuant to federal law, if the patient is categorized as having heterogeneously dense breasts or extremely dense breasts, according to national guidelines. T
SF 51 requires Iowa Department of Public Health to develop and publish information to educate and raise awareness of Cytomegalovirus (CMV) among women who may become pregnant, expectant parents, parents of infants, attending health care providers and others.