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Budget Bill - HB30 (Introduced)

Item 297 Amendments

First Year - FY2011Second Year - FY2012
Member Request
297#1sRestore Funds for Respite Care Services$11,751,034$42,477,892
297#2sRestore Funds for Respite Care Services$11,751,034$42,477,892
297#3sRestore Funds for Adult Vision Services$736,810$837,000
297#4sRemove Home and Community-Based Waiver Freeze$7,400,000$26,600,000
297#5sRestore Funds for Home and Community-based Provider Rates$41,063,468$35,922,570
297#6sRestore Funds for Home and Community-Based Provider Rates$41,063,468$35,922,570
297#7sRestore Funds for Long-Stay Hospitals$1,016,281$1,044,204
297#8sRestore Funds for Long-Stay Hospitals$1,016,281$1,044,204
297#9sIntensive In-Home Services Reimbursement Rates (Language Only)
297#10sRestore Funds for Home Health Agencies$413,742$804,262
297#11sExpand Family Planning Waiver for Cervical Cancer Vaccines (Language Only)
297#12sRestore DSH Funding for Out-of-State Hospitals$4,971,304$5,130,386
297#13sAdjust Funding for Virginia Health Care Fund (Language Only)
297#14sMedicaid DME Reimbursement Changes (Language Only)
297#15sExempt Behavioral Health Drugs from Medicaid PDL$2,237,947$2,238,454
297#16sMedicaid Improvements for End Stage Renal Disease & Chronic Kidney Disease-$8,000,000-$8,000,000
297#17sRestore Funds for Virginia NICU Hospitals with 50% Medicaid Utilization$1,500,000$1,500,000
297#18sRestore Funds for Elderly or Disabled with Consumer Direction Waiver (Language Only)
297#19sExempt Hospitals with 50% Medicaid Utilization from Reduction in Inflation$4,734,372$7,871,352
297#20sRestore 400 ID Waivers & 67 DD Waivers$6,862,020$33,927,020
297#20sReinstate Dealer Discount (Language Only)
297#21sRestore Funds for Medicaid Podiatry Services$974,780$975,000
297#22sExtend Medicaid Coverage to Legal Immigrant Pregnant Women$2,032,296$2,133,910
297#23sCommunity-Based HHR Services (Estate Tax Repeal)$102,000,000$102,000,000
297#24sNo Carve-Outs from the Preferred Drug List-$20,000,000-$20,000,000
297#25sRestore 200 ID Waivers$12,428,200$12,447,000
Committee Approved
297#1sCompetitive Bidding of Incontinence Supplies$0-$829,784
297#2sExempt Behavioral Health Drugs from Medicaid PDL$2,237,947$2,238,454
297#3sDelay Reduction for Long-Stay Hospitals$1,016,281$0
297#4sDelay Elimination of Medicaid Podiatry Services by One Year$974,780$0
297#5sAdjust Funding for Virginia Health Care Fund (Tobacco Taxes) (Language Only)
297#6sReciprocal Payments for Out-of-State Hospitals-$5,930,580-$5,930,580
297#7sRestore 50% of DSH Funding for Out-of-State Hospitals$2,485,652$2,565,192
297#8sRestore Out-of-State DSH Redution to Virginia Hopitals$2,485,652$2,565,192
297#9sIntensive In-Home Services Reimbursement Rates (Language Only)
297#10sModify Indirect Medical Education Requirements for Out-of-State Hospitals-$3,390,364-$3,835,254
297#11sFamily Planning Waiver for Cervical Cancer Vaccines (Language Only)
297#12sEnvironmental Modification and Assistive Technology-$552,770-$1,250,612
297#13sAdjust Funding for Virginia Health Care Fund (Language Only)
297#14sReduce Managed Care Rates by 4 Percent in FY 2012$0-$83,510,556
297#15sReduce Inpatient Hospital Rates by 4 percent in FY 2012$0-$48,328,528
297#16sReduce Outpatient Hospital Rates by 4 Percent in FY 2012$0-$21,604,678
297#17sReduce Nursing Home Rates by 4 Percent in FY 2012$0-$36,853,232
297#18sReduce Practitioner Rates by 4 Percent in FY 2012$0-$29,428,550
297#19sReduce Dental Services Funding by 4 Percent in FY 2012$0-$4,669,680
297#20sReduce Pharmacy Dispensing Fee by $0.25-$1,182,803-$1,047,158
297#21sReduce Eligibility for the Aged, Blind and Disabled$0-$72,334,276
297#22sMedicaid Impact of Auxiliary Grant Rate Reduction$0-$1,247,040
297#23sMedically Needy Income Limits$0-$1,126,162
297#24sReduce Eligibility to 250 Percent of Supplemental Security Income$0-$72,881,622
297#25sReduce GF Share of Medicare Part D "Clawback" Payment (Language Only)
297#26sIndirect Medical Education Clarification (Language Only)
297#27sContingent Restoration of Community-Based Waivers (Language Only)
297#28sCorrect Appropriation for Health Care Fund (Language Only)
297#29sCorrect Distribution of Central Accounts Transfer-$1,781,954-$1,781,954
297#30sLimit Money Follows the Person Waiver Slots (Language Only)
297#31sContingent Restoration of Nursing Facility Inflation (Language Only)
297#32sContingent Restoration of Inflation for Hospitals (Language Only)
297#33sContingent Restoration of Indigent Care at Teaching Hospitals (Language Only)
Floor Approved
297#1sCompetitive Bidding of Incontinence Supplies$0-$829,784
297#2sExempt Behavioral Health Drugs from Medicaid PDL$2,237,947$2,238,454
297#3sDelay Reduction for Long-Stay Hospitals$1,016,281$0
297#4sDelay Elimination of Medicaid Podiatry Services by One Year$974,780$0
297#5sAdjust Funding for Virginia Health Care Fund (Tobacco Taxes) (Language Only)
297#6sReciprocal Payments for Out-of-State Hospitals-$5,930,580-$5,930,580
297#7sRestore 50% of DSH Funding for Out-of-State Hospitals$2,485,652$2,565,192
297#8sRestore Out-of-State DSH Redution to Virginia Hopitals$2,485,652$2,565,192
297#9sIntensive In-Home Services Reimbursement Rates (Language Only)
297#10sModify Indirect Medical Education Requirements for Out-of-State Hospitals-$3,390,364-$3,835,254
297#11sFamily Planning Waiver for Cervical Cancer Vaccines (Language Only)
297#12sEnvironmental Modification and Assistive Technology-$552,770-$1,250,612
297#13sAdjust Funding for Virginia Health Care Fund (Language Only)
297#14sReduce Managed Care Rates by 4 Percent in FY 2012$0-$83,510,556
297#15sReduce Inpatient Hospital Rates by 4 percent in FY 2012$0-$48,328,528
297#16sReduce Outpatient Hospital Rates by 4 Percent in FY 2012$0-$21,604,678
297#17sReduce Nursing Home Rates by 4 Percent in FY 2012$0-$36,853,232
297#18sReduce Practitioner Rates by 4 Percent in FY 2012$0-$29,428,550
297#19sReduce Dental Services Funding by 4 Percent in FY 2012$0-$4,669,680
297#20sReduce Pharmacy Dispensing Fee by $0.25-$1,182,803-$1,047,158
297#21sReduce Eligibility for the Aged, Blind and Disabled$0-$72,334,276
297#22sMedicaid Impact of Auxiliary Grant Rate Reduction$0-$1,247,040
297#23sMedically Needy Income Limits$0-$1,126,162
297#24sReduce Eligibility to 250 Percent of Supplemental Security Income$0-$72,881,622
297#25sReduce GF Share of Medicare Part D "Clawback" Payment (Language Only)
297#26sIndirect Medical Education Clarification (Language Only)
297#27sContingent Restoration of Community-Based Waivers (Language Only)
297#28sCorrect Appropriation for Health Care Fund (Language Only)
297#29sCorrect Distribution of Central Accounts Transfer-$1,781,954-$1,781,954
297#30sLimit Money Follows the Person Waiver Slots (Language Only)
297#31sContingent Restoration of Nursing Facility Inflation (Language Only)
297#32sContingent Restoration of Inflation for Hospitals (Language Only)
297#33sContingent Restoration of Indigent Care at Teaching Hospitals (Language Only)
Conference Report
297#1cIntensive In-Home Services Reimbursement Rates (Language Only)
297#2cCorrect Distribution of Central Accounts Transfer-$1,781,954-$1,781,954
297#3cIndirect Medical Education Clarification (Language Only)
297#4cFMAP - Medically Needy Income Limits$0-$1,126,162
297#5cReduce GF Share of Medicare Part D "Clawback" Payment (Language Only)
297#6cFMAP - Environmental Modification and Assistive Technology-$552,770-$1,250,612
297#7cFMAP-Indigent Care Funding at State Teaching Hospitals-$7,100,000-$7,100,000
297#8cPharmacy MAC Pricing$995,826$1,332,500
297#9cCompetitive Bidding of Incontinence Supplies$0-$604,784
297#10cExempt Behavioral Health Drugs from Medicaid PDL$2,237,947$2,238,454
297#11cFMAP - Reduction for Long-Stay Hospitals (Language Only)
297#12cFMAP - Medicaid Coverage of Podiatry Services$974,780$0
297#13cAdjust Funding for Virginia Health Care Fund (Tobacco Taxes) (Language Only)
297#14cFMAP - Reciprocal Payments for Out-of-State Hospitals-$5,930,580-$5,930,580
297#15cRestore 50% of DSH Funding for Out-of-State Hospitals$2,485,652$2,565,192
297#16cRestore Out-of-State DSH Reduction to Virginia Hopitals$2,485,652$2,565,192
297#17cFMAP - Indirect Medical Education for Out-of-State Hospitals-$3,390,364-$3,835,254
297#18cFMAP - Reduce Inpatient Hospital Rates-$33,045,872-$48,328,528
297#19cFMAP - Reduce Outpatient Hospital Rates-$15,672,316-$21,604,678
297#20cFMAP - Reduce Nursing Home Rates-$29,260,242-$32,668,122
297#21cFMAP - Reduce Medicaid Practitioner Rates-$19,853,851-$29,428,550
297#22cFMAP - Reduce Dental Services Funding-$3,332,739-$4,669,680
297#23cFMAP - Reduce Pharmacy Dispensing Fee by $0.25$0-$1,047,158
297#24cFMAP - Reduce Eligibility for the Aged, Blind and Disabled$0-$72,334,276
297#25cFMAP - Medicaid Impact of Auxiliary Grant Rate Reduction$0-$1,247,040
297#26cFMAP - Reduce Eligibility to 250 Percent of Supplemental Security Income$0-$72,881,622
297#27cFMAP - Community-Based Medicaid Waiver Programs (Language Only)
297#28cFMAP - Restore Pharmacy AWP (Language Only)
297#29cFMAP - Restore Optometry Services (Language Only)
297#30cFMAP - Residential Psychiatric Treatment Facilities-$2,988,220-$3,971,600
297#31cFMAP - Add 250 Intellectually Disabled Waiver Slots (Language Only)
297#32cFMAP - Hospital Capital Reimbursement-$3,641,638-$5,299,070
297#33cFMAP - School Health Administrative Funding (Language Only)
297#34cEliminate Dealer Discount Adj. to Tobacco Taxes in the Va. Health Care Fund (Language Only)
297#35cFMAP - Therapeutic Day Treatment Services-$3,379,643-$4,507,210
297#36cCorrect Appropriation for Health Care Fund (Language Only)
297#37cSoutheast Virginia Training Center Discharge Waivers (Language Only)
297#38cLimit Money Follows the Person Waiver Slots (Language Only)