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S01374 Summary:

BILL NOS01374
 
SAME ASSAME AS A01155
 
SPONSORSANDERS
 
COSPNSRHOYLMAN, MAY
 
MLTSPNSR
 
Amd §2805-x, Pub Health L
 
Relates to collaborative models for addressing health care disparities.
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S01374 Actions:

BILL NOS01374
 
01/11/2021REFERRED TO HEALTH
01/19/20211ST REPORT CAL.108
01/20/20212ND REPORT CAL.
01/25/2021ADVANCED TO THIRD READING
02/01/2021PASSED SENATE
02/01/2021DELIVERED TO ASSEMBLY
02/01/2021referred to health
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S01374 Text:



 
                STATE OF NEW YORK
        ________________________________________________________________________
 
                                          1374
 
                               2021-2022 Regular Sessions
 
                    IN SENATE
 
                                    January 11, 2021
                                       ___________
 
        Introduced  by  Sen. SANDERS -- read twice and ordered printed, and when
          printed to be committed to the Committee on Health
 
        AN ACT to amend the public health  law,  in  relation  to  collaborative
          models for addressing health care disparities
 
          The  People of the State of New York, represented in Senate and Assem-
        bly, do enact as follows:
 
     1    Section 1. Subdivision 4 of section 2805-x of the public health law is
     2  amended by adding a new paragraph (d) to read as follows:
     3    (d) Collaborative programs  to  address  disparities  in  health  care
     4  access  or treatment, and/or conditions of higher prevalence, in certain
     5  populations, where such collaborative programs could provide and  manage
     6  services  in a more effective, person-centered and cost-efficient manner
     7  for reduction or elimination of such disparities.
     8    (i) Such programs may target one  or  more  disparate  conditions,  or
     9  areas  of under-service, evidenced in defined populations, including but
    10  not be limited to:
    11    (A) cardiovascular disease;
    12    (B) hypertension;
    13    (C) diabetes;
    14    (D) obesity;
    15    (E) asthma;
    16    (F) sickle cell disease;
    17    (G) sepsis;
    18    (H) lupus;
    19    (I) breast, lung, prostate and colorectal cancers;
    20    (J) geographic shortage  of  primary  care,  prenatal/obstetric  care,
    21  specialty  medical  care,  home  health care, or culturally and linguis-
    22  tically compatible care;
    23    (K) alcohol, tobacco, or substance abuse;
    24    (L) post-traumatic stress disorder and other conditions more prevalent
    25  among veterans of the United States military services;
 
         EXPLANATION--Matter in italics (underscored) is new; matter in brackets
                              [ ] is old law to be omitted.
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     1    (M) attracting members of minority populations to the field and  prac-
     2  tice of medicine; and
     3    (N) such other areas approved by the commissioner.
     4    (ii)  Collaborative  hospital-home  care-physician,  and as applicable
     5  additional partner, models may include under such disparities programs:
     6    (A) service planning and design;
     7    (B) recruitment of specialty personnel and/or  specialty  training  of
     8  professionals or other direct care personnel (including physicians, home
     9  care and hospital staffs), patients and informal caregivers;
    10    (C) continuing medical education and clinical training for physicians,
    11  follow-up evaluations, and supporting educational materials;
    12    (D)  use of evidenced-based approaches and/or best practices to treat-
    13  ment;
    14    (E) reimbursement of uncovered services;
    15    (F) bundled or other integrated payment methods to support the  neces-
    16  sary, coordinated and cost-effective services;
    17    (G)  regulatory  waivers to facilitate flexibility in provider collab-
    18  oration and person-centered care;
    19    (H) patient/family peer support and education;
    20    (I) data collection, research and evaluation of efficacy; and/or
    21    (J) other components or innovations satisfactory to the commissioner.
    22    (iii) Nothing contained in this paragraph shall prevent  a  physician,
    23  physicians group, home care agency, or hospital from individually apply-
    24  ing for said grant.
    25    (iv)  The  commissioner shall consult with physicians, home care agen-
    26  cies, hospitals, consumers,  statewide  associations  representative  of
    27  such  participants,  and  other  experts  in health care disparities, in
    28  developing an application process for grant funding or rate  adjustment,
    29  and  for  request of state regulatory waivers, to facilitate implementa-
    30  tion of disparities programs under this paragraph.
    31    § 2. This act shall take effect immediately.
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