Quarterly Report Bill Passes Senate Committee

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Sen. Flores

This Wednesday HCAF’s home health quarterly report reform bill passed its first of two committee stops in the Florida Senate. The bill seeks to reduce the fine for late reports from $5,000 to $200 per day up to $5,000 per quarter and exempt licensed-only (private duty) providers.

Bill sponsor Sen. Anitere Flores (R-Miami) presented before the Health Policy Committee where the bill was passed unanimously (9-0). The bill will now proceed to the Senate Appropriations Committee, its final committee stop, before going to the Senate floor.

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