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996003                                                     
Committee
HA
Amendment
8
Florida Senate - 2010 SB7084 The Committee on Health and Human Services Appropriations (Peaden) recommended the following amendment:
Section: 03
On Page: 024

Spec App: 242
EXPLANATION:
Included additional services to be exempted from the
proposed provider rate reductions.

NET IMPACT ON: Total Funds General Revenue Trust Funds Recurring - 0 0 0 Non-Recurring - 0 0 0 ______________________________________________________________________________________ Positions & Amounts Positions & Amounts DELETE INSERT AGENCY FOR PERSONS WITH DISABILITIES Program: Services To Persons With Disabilities Home And Community Services 67100100 In Section 03 On Page 024 242 Special Categories 101555 Home And Community Based Services Waiver IOEE DELETE the proviso immediately following Specific Appropriation 242: Funds from Specific Appropriation 242 shall not be used for administrative costs. Funds in Specific Appropriation 242 for developmental training programs shall require a 12.5 percent match from local sources. In-kind match is acceptable provided there are no reductions in the number of persons served or level of services provided. Funds in Specific Appropriation 242 reflect a reduction of $26,963,403 from the General Revenue Fund and $43,144,248 from the Operations and Maintenance Trust Fund as a result of reducing provider rates by 10 percent, effective July 1,2010. Personal Care Assistance is specifically excluded from this reduction target. The agency shall amend provider contracts, cost plans and rules as necessary to achieve this recurring reduction. 996003 Log:0016 SEB/SEB 03/17/10 08:55:03 PM Senate Page: 1
Funds in Specific Appropriation 242 reflect a reduction of $769,200 from the General Revenue Fund and $1,230,800 from the Operations and Maintenance Trust Fund as a result of eliminating behavior assistant services in standard and behavior focus group homes, effective July 1,2010. The agency shall amend provider contracts, cost plans and rules as necessary to achieve this recurring reduction. Funds in Specific Appropriation 242 reflect a recurring reduction of $3,227,841 from the General Revenue Fund and $5,164,882 from the Operations and Maintenance Trust Fund as a result of reducing expenditure caps in Tiers 2, 3, and 4 by 10 percent. The agency shall amend cost plans and rules as necessary to achieve this recurring reduction. Funds in Specific Appropriation 242 reflect a reduction of $2,422,980 from the General Revenue Fund and $3,877,020 from the Operations and Maintenance Trust Fund as a result of implementing an expenditure cap in Tier 1 of $120,000 per year per client. The agency shall amend cost plans and rules as necessary to achieve this recurring reduction. and insert in lieu thereof: Funds from Specific Appropriation 242 shall not be used for administrative costs. Funds in Specific Appropriation 242 for developmental training programs shall require a 12.5 percent match from local sources. In-kind match is acceptable provided there are no reductions in the number of persons served or level of services provided. Funds in Specific Appropriation 242 reflect a reduction of $26,963,403 from the General Revenue Fund and $43,144,248 from the Operations and Maintenance Trust Fund as a result of reducing provider rates by 10 percent, effective July 1,2010. Personal Care Assistance, transportation, waiver support coordination, durable medical equipment, consumable medical supplies, and environmental and home accessibility services are specifically excluded from this reduction target. The agency shall amend provider contracts, cost plans and rules as necessary to achieve this recurring reduction. Funds in Specific Appropriation 242 reflect a reduction of $769,200 from the General Revenue Fund and $1,230,800 from the Operations and Maintenance Trust Fund as a result of eliminating behavior assistant services in standard and behavior focus group homes, effective July 1,2010. The agency shall amend provider contracts, cost plans and rules as necessary to achieve this recurring reduction. Funds in Specific Appropriation 242 reflect a recurring reduction of $3,227,841 from the General Revenue Fund and $5,164,882 from the Operations and Maintenance Trust Fund as a result of reducing 996003 Log:0016 SEB/SEB 03/17/10 08:55:03 PM Senate Page: 2
expenditure caps in Tiers 2, 3, and 4 by 10 percent. The agency shall amend cost plans and rules as necessary to achieve this recurring reduction. Funds in Specific Appropriation 242 reflect a reduction of $2,422,980 from the General Revenue Fund and $3,877,020 from the Operations and Maintenance Trust Fund as a result of implementing an expenditure cap in Tier 1 of $120,000 per year per client. The agency shall amend cost plans and rules as necessary to achieve this recurring reduction.
Line item amendments are accepted as part of the amendatory process. However, due to the necessity of using computerized systems this may entail a different placement within a budget entity or the renumbering of the specific appropriation items. Items printed in italics are computer codes and are not a part of the official text of this amendment.
996003 Log:0016 SEB/SEB 03/17/10 08:55:03 PM Senate Page: 3
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