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The Florida Statutes

The 2010 Florida Statutes(including Special Session A)

Title XXIX
PUBLIC HEALTH
Chapter 408
HEALTH CARE ADMINISTRATION
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F.S. 408.16
408.16 Health Care Trust Fund; moneys to be deposited therein.
(1) There is created in the State Treasury a special fund to be designated as the Health Care Trust Fund, which shall be used in the operation of the Agency for Health Care Administration in the performance of the various functions and duties required of it by law.
(2) All fees, license fees, and other charges collected by the agency shall be deposited in the State Treasury to the credit of the Health Care Trust Fund, to be used in the operation of the agency as authorized by the Legislature. However, penalties and interest assessed and collected by the agency shall not be deposited in the trust fund but shall be deposited in the General Revenue Fund. The Health Care Trust Fund shall be subject to the service charge imposed pursuant to chapter 215.
(3) The agency shall maintain separate revenue and expenditure accounts in the Health Care Trust Fund for every provider licensed by the agency.
(4) All other moneys in the Health Care Trust Fund shall be for the use of the agency in the performance of its functions and duties as provided by law, subject to the fiscal and budgetary provisions of general law and the General Appropriations Act.
History.s. 50, ch. 92-33; s. 23, ch. 93-129; s. 36, ch. 96-418; s. 59, ch. 97-261.
Note.Former s. 455.2205.
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