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S02606 Summary:

Amd Various Laws, generally
Relates to the cap on local Medicaid expenditures; relates to the determination of rates of payments by certain state governmental agencies; relates to the medical assistance information and payment system; relates to managed care programs and managed long term care plans; relates to participation in the state health insurance exchange; relates to liability for certain acts under the false claims act; relates to civil actions pursuant to the false claims act; relates to the delay of certain administrative costs; relates to the preferred drug program; relates to antipsychotic therapeutic drugs; authorizes the commissioner of health to implement an incontinence supply utilization management program; relates to the funding of health home infrastructure development; relates to general hospital inpatient reimbursement; relates to managed care programs; relates to rates of payment for residential health care facilities and rates of reimbursement for inpatient detoxification and withdrawal services; relates to hospital inpatient base years; relates to the Medicaid managed care inpatient psychiatric care default rate; relates to the Medicaid managed care default rate; moves rate setting for child health plus to the department of health; requires the use of an enrollment broker for counties that are mandated Medicaid managed care and managed long term care; repeals the twentieth day of the month enrollment cut-off for managed long term care enrollees; relates to the nursing home financially disadvantaged program; eliminates the recruitment and retention attestation requirement for certain certified home health agencies; extends the office of the Medicaid inspector general's power to audit rebasing rates; relates to rebasing transition payments; relates to payment of claims; establishes the home and community-based care work group; relates to critical access hospitals; eliminates the bed hold requirement; relates to eligibility for Medicaid; relates to treatment of income and resources of institutionalized persons; relates to the people; repeals certain provisions of law relating to the pharmacy and therapeutics committee; relates to payments to hospital assessments; relates to the effectiveness of eligibility for medical assistance and the family health plus program; extends various plans and programs; relates to rates of payment by state governmental agencies; relates to reports on chronic illness demonstration projects and reports by the commissioner of health on health homes; relates to rates of payment for long term home health care programs; extends a demonstration program for physicians suffering from alcoholism, drug abuse or mental illness; relates to indigent care; relates to permitting online and telephone Medicaid applications; allows administrative renewals and self-attestation of residency; ends applications for family health plus; establishes a methodology for modified adjusted gross income; centralizes child health plus eligibility determinations; requires audit standards for eligibility; relates to residency and income attestation and verification for child health plus; eliminates temporary enrollment in child health plus; expands the child health plus social security number requirement to lawfully residing children; requires a status report on the health benefit exchange; relates to health benefit exchange navigators and clarifies the identity of persons to whom insurance licensing requirements apply; relates to coverage limitations requirements and student accident and health insurance; relates to standardization of individual enrollee direct payment contracts; ensures that group and individual insurance policy provisions conform to applicable requirements of federal law; relates to the general public health work program; consolidates the excess medical malpractice liability coverage pool; relates to the addition to the methadone registry of dosage and such other information as is necessary to facilitate disaster management; relates to state aid funding authorization of services funded by the office of alcoholism and substance abuse services; vests all authority to appoint and remove officers and employees of the office of mental health; creates mental health incident review panels; relates to psychiatric emergency programs; relates to foregoing a cost-of-living adjustment during the 2013-2014 state fiscal year; authorizes the actions necessary to manage the loss of federal revenue and create the mental hygiene stabilization fund; provides medical assistance to certain retirees of the New York city off-track betting corporation; and relates to funding to SUNY Downstate Medical Center and directing the restructuring of the hospital.
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