2003 Session

Budget Bill - HB1400 (Chapter 1042)

Division of Institutions

Item 420

Item 420

First Year - FY2003Second Year - FY2004
Administrative and Support Services (37900)$217,789,325
General Management and Direction (37901)FY2003 $50,777,679
FY2004 $50,777,679
Filtration and Treatment Plant Operation (37906)FY2003 $4,495,401FY2004 $4,495,401
Food and Dietary Services (37907)FY2003 $41,142,753
FY2004 $41,142,753
Linen and Laundry Services (37909)FY2003 $2,437,564FY2004 $2,437,564
Medical and Clinical Services (37910)FY2003 $62,695,260
FY2004 $62,695,260
Physical Plant Services (37915)FY2003 $47,283,287
FY2004 $47,283,287
Power Plant Operation (37917)FY2003 $7,445,461FY2004 $7,445,461
Recreation Services (37921)FY2003 $1,511,920FY2004 $1,511,920
Fund Sources:  
GeneralFY2003 $196,947,047
FY2004 $198,447,047
SpecialFY2003 $20,842,278
FY2004 $19,342,278

Authority: §§ 19.2-311, 53.1-12, 53.1-19, 53.1-32, and 53.1-33, Code of Virginia.

A. Included in this appropriation is $1,892,434 the first year and $392,434 the second year from nongeneral funds for medical expenses. For both years, $392,434 is for installation and operating expenses of the telemedicine program operated by the Department of Corrections. The remaining $1,500,000 in the first year is for other medical expenses. The source of the funds is revenue from inmate fees collected for medical services.

B. The Department of Corrections shall develop a relationship with a federally qualified 340B provider in order to access the Public Health Services Act (340B) drug discount pricing program for specified populations, including patients with HIV/AIDS, patients suffering from mental illness, and individuals with hemophilia. The relationship shall be established such that the individuals will be considered “patients” of the 340B hospital in accordance with federal guidelines (see Federal Register Notice, "Patient and Entity Eligibility," October 24, 1996, p55157, Item (C)).