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Senate 1590: Relating to Primary/Comprehensive Stroke Centers ------------------------------------------------------------------

S1590    GENERAL BILL/CS by Health, Aging, and Long-Term Care; Fasano;
(CO-SPONSORS) Miller; Margolis; Atwater; Siplin; Haridopolos; Lynn;
Wasserman Schultz (Linked S 1660, Similar H 0889)
Primary/Comprehensive Stroke Centers; provides legislative intent re
said centers; directs AHCA to create list of said centers; requires
Health Dept. to distribute list to certain persons & entities; prohibits
person from advertising that facility is state-listed stroke center
unless facility meets established criteria; directs dept. to develop
stroke triage assessment tool; requires licensed emergency medical
services providers to use said tool, etc. EFFECTIVE DATE: 07/01/2004.
01/22/04 SENATE Prefiled
01/28/04 SENATE Referred to Health, Aging, and Long-Term Care; Appropriations
                  Subcommittee on Health and Human Services; Appropriations
02/09/04 SENATE On Committee agenda-- Health, Aging, and Long-Term Care,
                  02/17/04, 2:00 pm, 412-K --Temporarily postponed
03/02/04 SENATE Introduced, referred to Health, Aging, and Long-Term Care;
                  Appropriations Subcommittee on Health and Human Services;
                  Appropriations -SJ 00089; On Committee agenda-- Health,
                  Aging, and Long-Term Care, 02/17/04, 2:00 pm, 412-K
                  --Temporarily postponed
03/11/04 SENATE On Committee agenda-- Health, Aging, and Long-Term Care,
                  03/16/04, 2:45 pm, 412-K
03/16/04 SENATE CS by Health, Aging, and Long-Term Care; YEAS 11 NAYS 0
                  -SJ 00353; CS read first time on 03/18/04 -SJ 00358
03/18/04 SENATE Now in Appropriations Subcommittee on Health and Human
                  Services -SJ 00353
04/16/04 SENATE Withdrawn from Appropriations Subcommittee on Health and
                  Human Services -SJ 00658; Now in Appropriations
04/21/04 SENATE Withdrawn from Appropriations -SJ 00677; Placed on Calendar,
                  on second reading
04/24/04 SENATE Placed on Consent Calendar -SJ 00922; Read second and third
                  times -SJ 00903; CS passed; YEAS 39 NAYS 0 -SJ 00903
04/26/04 HOUSE In Messages; Received, placed on Calendar -HJ 00804
04/27/04 HOUSE Substituted for HB 889 -HJ 00832; Read second time -HJ 00833
04/30/04 HOUSE Read third time -HJ 01540; CS passed; YEAS 116 NAYS 0
                  -HJ 01540
04/30/04 SENATE Ordered enrolled -SJ 01740
06/16/04   Signed by Officers and presented to Governor
06/17/04   Approved by Governor; Chapter No. 2004-325


Bills
Version: Posted: Format:
S 1590 01/22/2004 Web Page | PDF
S 1590C1 03/18/2004 Web Page | PDF
S 1590ER 05/04/2004 Web Page | PDF

Committee Amendments and Floor Amendments
NO AMENDMENTS AVAILABLE
Staff Analyses
Analysis: Committee: Format:
s 1590 Health, Aging, and Long-Term Care PDF

Vote History - Committee
Chamber: Committee: Format:
Senate Health, Aging, and Long-Term Care Web Page

Vote History - Floor
Chamber: Roll Call: Date: Format:
HOUSE 1223 04/30/04
Web Page
SENATE 0053 04/24/04
Web Page

Citations - Statute


NO STATUTE CITATIONS FOUND FOR SENATE BILL 1590.


Citations - Constitution




NO CONSTITUTION CITATIONS FOUND FOR SENATE BILL 1590.


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