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Amendment CaShTmL-872948.HTM
                                                  SENATE AMENDMENT
    Bill No. CS for SB 2000
    Amendment No. ___   Barcode 872948
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11  Senators Peaden and Dockery moved the following amendment:
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13         Senate Amendment (with title amendment) 
14         On page 20, line 22, through
15            page 21, line 11, delete those lines
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18         Section 9.  The Auditor General shall provide
19  recommendations to implement mechanisms to prevent enrollment
20  of children in the Florida KidCare program who are ineligible
21  pursuant to the requirements of section 409.814(4), Florida
22  Statutes. Such recommendations shall be reported to the
23  Governor, the President of the Senate, and the Speaker of the
24  House of Representatives by March 1, 2005.
25         Section 10.  The Florida Healthy Kids Corporation shall
26  use existing funds from their operating fund established by
27  section 624.915, Florida Statutes, to contract for an
28  actuarial study on the impact of full-pay enrollees on the
29  cost of services for each Florida KidCare program component.
30         Section 11.  The Auditor General shall perform periodic
31  audits through the 2005-2006 fiscal year to ensure that
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SENATE AMENDMENT Bill No. CS for SB 2000 Amendment No. ___ Barcode 872948 1 children enrolled in the Florida Healthy Kids program are 2 eligible pursuant to sections 409.814 and 624.91, Florida 3 Statutes. The Auditor General shall have the authority to 4 require and receive from the Florida Healthy Kids Corporation 5 or from its independent auditor any books, accounts, records, 6 or other documentation relating to the corporation. Any 7 contract entered into by the corporation pursuant to section 8 624.91(4)(b)11. or section 624.91(4)(b)15., Florida Statutes, 9 shall specify that the records of the contractor relating to 10 the contract or its performance must be available for review 11 and audit by the Auditor General. 12 Section 12. The Office of Program Policy Analysis and 13 Government Accountability shall perform a study to determine 14 the appropriate family premium for the Florida KidCare program 15 and submit a report to the President of the Senate and the 16 Speaker of the House of Representatives by January 1, 2005. 17 The report shall set out no fewer than three options and shall 18 make a recommendation as to the appropriate family premium for 19 the Florida KidCare program. Each option shall include a 20 detailed explanation of the analysis that led to the 21 conclusion. A discussion of family premiums collected by Title 22 XXI programs in other states shall be part of the report. 23 Section 13. Subsection (2) of section 409.818, Florida 24 Statutes, is amended to read: 25 409.818 Administration.--In order to implement ss. 26 409.810-409.820, the following agencies shall have the 27 following duties: 28 (2) The Department of Health shall: 29 (a) Design an eligibility intake process for the 30 program, in coordination with the Department of Children and 31 Family Services, the agency, and the Florida Healthy Kids 2 7:57 AM 03/03/04 s2000c1c-02j12
SENATE AMENDMENT Bill No. CS for SB 2000 Amendment No. ___ Barcode 872948 1 Corporation. The eligibility intake process may include local 2 intake points that are determined by the Department of Health 3 in coordination with the Department of Children and Family 4 Services. 5 (b) Design and implement program outreach activities 6 under s. 409.819. 7 (b)(c) Chair a state-level coordinating council to 8 review and make recommendations concerning the implementation 9 and operation of the program. The coordinating council shall 10 include representatives from the department, the Department of 11 Children and Family Services, the agency, the Florida Healthy 12 Kids Corporation, the Office of Insurance Regulation of the 13 Financial Services Commission, local government, health 14 insurers, health maintenance organizations, health care 15 providers, families participating in the program, and 16 organizations representing low-income families. 17 (c)(d) In consultation with the Florida Healthy Kids 18 Corporation and the Department of Children and Family 19 Services, establish establishing a toll-free telephone line to 20 assist families with questions about the program. 21 (d)(e) Adopt rules necessary to implement outreach 22 activities. 23 Section 14. Section 409.819, Florida Statutes, is 24 repealed. 25 Section 15. The sums of $6,566,073 from the General 26 Revenue Fund, $454,687 from the Grants and Donations Trust 27 Fund, and $16,272,440 from the Medical Care Trust Fund are 28 appropriated to the Agency for Health Care Administration, and 29 the sum of $1,984,113 is appropriated from the Donations Trust 30 Fund to the Department of Health, for the 2003-2004 fiscal 31 year for the purpose of serving children on whose behalf 3 7:57 AM 03/03/04 s2000c1c-02j12
SENATE AMENDMENT Bill No. CS for SB 2000 Amendment No. ___ Barcode 872948 1 applications are submitted to the Florida KidCare program as 2 of January 30, 2004, and who are determined to be eligible for 3 program components funded under Title XXI of the Social 4 Security Act. 5 Section 16. Except as otherwise provided in this act, 6 this act shall take effect upon becoming a law. 7 8 9 ================ T I T L E A M E N D M E N T =============== 10 And the title is amended as follows: 11 On page 2, lines 13-18, delete those lines 12 13 and insert: 14 deleting obsolete provisions; requiring the 15 Auditor General to provide recommendations to 16 prevent enrollment of ineligible children in 17 the Florida KidCare program and report such 18 recommendations to the Governor and 19 Legislature; requiring the Florida Healthy Kids 20 Corporation to use certain funds to contract 21 for an actuarial study; requiring the Auditor 22 General to perform audits to ensure the 23 eligibility of children enrolled in the Florida 24 Healthy Kids program; authorizing the Auditor 25 General to require and receive any books, 26 accounts, records, or other documentation 27 relating to the Florida Healthy Kids 28 Corporation; requiring the Office of Program 29 Policy Analysis and Government Accountability 30 to perform a study to determine the appropriate 31 family premium for the Florida KidCare program 4 7:57 AM 03/03/04 s2000c1c-02j12
SENATE AMENDMENT Bill No. CS for SB 2000 Amendment No. ___ Barcode 872948 1 and report its findings to the Legislature; 2 amending s. 409.818, F.S.; deleting a 3 cross-reference; repealing s. 409.819, F.S., 4 relating to a program identifying low-income, 5 uninsured children for certain purposes; 6 providing appropriations; providing effective 7 dates. 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 5 7:57 AM 03/03/04 s2000c1c-02j12
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