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Bill Status Report
02-02-2023 - 17:28:12

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HB 1466   Prohibits gender transitioning or gender reassignment procedures and treatments to certain children under the age of 18-years, and provides for civil action to be brought against individuals acting in violation of this Act.
Bill History: 01-18-23 H Filed

HB 1709   Permits Advance Practice Registered Nurses to serve as primary care providers for up to 2,500 SoonerCare recipients, this number subject to change at the discretion of the CEO of the Health Care Authority.
Bill History: 01-18-23 H Filed

HB 1730   Creates the Oklahoma Nurse Practitioners Reform Act of 2023.
Bill History: 01-18-23 H Filed

HB 1787   Creates the Oklahoma Telemedicine Act of 2023.
Bill History: 01-18-23 H Filed

HB 1846   Makes an appropriation to the Emergency Drought Relief Fund; EMERGENCY.
Bill History: 01-18-23 H Filed

HB 1963   Requires health benefit plans from certain insurers provide coverage of health care services provided through telemedicine when referred to out of state professionals by an in-state physician or practitioner.
Bill History: 01-19-23 H Filed

HB 1984   Classifies laser hair removal as the practice of medicine and surgery, provides for licensing requirements.
Bill History: 01-19-23 H Filed

HB 2014   Provides Medicaid coverage for women up to twelve months after giving birth, adjusts the qualifying poverty rate and creates certain exemptions.
Bill History: 01-19-23 H Filed

HB 2404   Creates the Health Care Authority Governance Act.
Bill History: 01-19-23 H Filed

HB 2639   Creates the Nursing Reform Act of 2023.
Bill History: 01-19-23 H Filed

SB 17   Prohibits health insurers from refusing coverage for durable medical equipment prescribed to individuals by healthcare providers, and requires equal reimbursement for both in and out-of-network suppliers under certain conditions; EMERGENCY.
Bill History: 12-08-22 S Filed
01-23-23 S Referred to Senate Committee Senate Retirement & Insurance

SB 32   Provides for an exception from certain controlled substance prescribing limitations to health care practitioners who practice exclusively in one or more medically underserved areas as defined by the Health Resources and Services Administration.
Bill History: 12-14-22 S Filed
01-23-23 S Referred to Senate Committee Senate Health & Human Services

SB 132   Exempts State Licenses issued by the Board of Nursing from denial of renewal or reissuance due to licensee tax noncompliance.
Bill History: 01-04-23 S Filed
01-23-23 S Referred to Senate Committee Senate Finance

SB 220   Grants the Governor discretion to select appointees to the Board of Nursing from statewide organizations, national organizations, or other groups or individuals within the state.
Bill History: 01-09-23 S Filed
01-23-23 S Referred to Senate Committee Senate Health & Human Services

SB 228   Permits pharmacies and health practitioners to enter into collaborative practice agreements and allow pharmacists to administer certain health procedures.
Bill History: 01-09-23 S Filed
01-23-23 S Referred to Senate Committee Senate Health & Human Services

SB 232   Permits pharmacies and health practitioners to enter into collaborative practice agreements and allow pharmacists to administer certain health procedures.
Bill History: 01-09-23 S Filed
01-23-23 S Referred to Senate Committee Senate Health & Human Services

SB 253   Exempts manufacturers and wholesale distributors that sell or rent durable medical equipment directly to consumers under certain circumstances from licensing requirements for medical equipment providers; EMERGENCY.
Bill History: 01-10-23 S Filed
01-26-23 S Referred to Senate Committee Senate Health & Human Services

SB 292   Requires testing for syphilis on women at various stages of pregnancy, as well as if there is a stillbirth or spontaneous miscarriage.
Bill History: 01-12-23 S Filed
01-26-23 S Referred to Senate Committee Senate Health & Human Services

SB 303   Adjusts the structure and appointment process for the Board of Medical Licensure and Supervision to grant the Governor broad authority when choosing appointees and allows members to be removed and replaced without cause.
Bill History: 01-12-23 S Filed
01-26-23 S Referred to Senate Committee Senate Health & Human Services

SB 328   Exempt hospice programs from certain electronic prescription requirements under the Controlled Dangerous Substances Act; EMERGENCY.
Bill History: 01-13-23 S Filed
01-26-23 S Referred to Senate Committee Senate Health & Human Services

SB 336   Establishes standards for the licensing and regulation of pain management clinics, empowering the Bureau of Narcotics and Dangerous Drugs Control to assess fines and penalties for noncompliance.
Bill History: 01-13-23 S Filed
01-26-23 S Referred to Senate Committee Senate Health & Human Services

SB 351   Expands the potential recipients of certain health insurance payments to include licensed home care agencies and empowers the Insurance Commissioner to assess penalties to insurers failing to pay for covered care.
Bill History: 01-13-23 S Filed
01-26-23 S Referred to Senate Committee Senate Retirement & Insurance

SB 370   Permits certain nursing facilities to employ nurse aides not yet certified if they are enrolled in training and competency evaluation programs, and provides for the approval of those programs by the Dept. of Health.
Bill History: 01-16-23 S Filed
01-26-23 S Referred to Senate Committee Senate Health & Human Services

SB 394   Removes certain mandatory contract lengths by the Dept. of Commerce with tourism entities and increases the limit of inducements under the Tourism Development Act to $30 MIL.
Bill History: 01-26-23 S Referred to Senate Committee Senate Veterans & Military Affairs
02-01-23 S Withdrawn from committee Senate Veterans & Military Affairs
02-01-23 S Referred to Senate Committee Senate Tourism & Wildlife

SB 458   Allows qualified certified nurse practitioners to apply to the Board of Nursing for independent prescribing authority.
Bill History: 01-17-23 S Filed
01-26-23 S Referred to Senate Committee Senate Health & Human Services

SB 459   Permits Certified Nurse Midwives, Advanced Practice Registered Nurses and Clinical Nurse Specialists to apply for and receive prescribing authority from the Board of Pharmacy.
Bill History: 01-17-23 S Filed
01-26-23 S Referred to Senate Committee Senate Health & Human Services

SB 572   Creates the Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner Revolving Fund for the Dept of Health to provide funds to health departments for sexual assault nurse examiners; EMERGENCY.
Bill History: 01-17-23 S Filed
01-26-23 S Referred to Senate Committee Senate Appropriations
02-01-23 S Sent to subcommittee Senate Approp Sub: Health & Human Services

SB 652   Exempts certain nonprofits from professional licensing requirements to perform plumbing, electrician and mechanical maintenance work.
Bill History: 01-18-23 S Filed
01-27-23 S Referred to Senate Committee Senate Business & Commerce

SB 755   Adjusts the membership of the Board of Nursing and adjusts certain appointing authorities, granting appointing authorities broader power in making appointments and dismissing members.
Bill History: 01-18-23 S Filed
01-27-23 S Referred to Senate Committee Senate Health & Human Services

SB 756   Prohibits prior authorization processes for Medicaid contracted entities that do not approve at least 90% of prior authorization request and sets additional standards for the request process; EMERGENCY.
Bill History: 01-18-23 S Filed
01-27-23 S Referred to Senate Committee Senate Health & Human Services

SB 929   Requires practitioners to inform patients and acquire informed consent prior to administration of vaccines, violators to have licenses revoked and be fined $100,000.
Bill History: 01-19-23 S Filed

SB 931   Broadens the definition of practice of pharmacy to include testing, certain drug, hormonal, and nicotine replacement therapies, as well as treatment for minor, nonchronic health conditions; EMERGENCY.
Bill History: 01-19-23 S Filed
01-27-23 S Referred to Senate Committee Senate Health & Human Services

SB 977   Allows for Advanced Practice Registered Nurses to apply for authority to prescribe and order independent of supervision, such authority to be exercised in certain medically underserved circumstances.
Bill History: 01-19-23 S Filed
01-27-23 S Referred to Senate Committee Senate Health & Human Services


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