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Health Finance and Policy

2023-2024 Regular Session

Meets: Tuesday and Thursday, 10:30 a.m. in Room 5
Committee Chair: Rep. Tina Liebling (24B)
Vice Chair: Rep. Robert Bierman (56A)

Staff

Committee Administrator: Josh Sande 296-4374
Committee Legislative Assistant: Krysta Niedernhofer 296-7173

Committee Documents

Meeting Minutes

Upcoming Meetings

Tuesday, February 7, 2023 at 10:30 AM
Chair: Rep. Tina Liebling
Location: State Office Building - Room 5
Agenda:

HF51 (Richardson) - Emmett Louis Till Victims Recovery Program established, and money appropriated.

HF1059 (Richardson) - Grants supporting healthy development of babies during pregnancy and postpartum for families with members who are Black, Indigenous, and People of Color funding provided, and money appropriated.

HF639 (Bahner) - Community solutions for healthy child development grant program established, and money appropriated.

HF712 (Reyer) - Family planning grant funding provided, and money appropriated.

HF1030 (Liebling) - Enrollee cost-sharing eliminated under medical assistance and MinnesotaCare; and individual, small group, and State Employee Group Insurance Program plans prohibited from including cost-sharing.

PUBLIC TESTIMONY: If you would like to submit written testimony or sign up to testify, please contact the Committee Administrator at Josh.Sande@house.mn.gov. Testifiers must contact the Committee Administrator by 5pm the day prior to the hearing in order to sign up to testify in person. In person testimony may be limited as time allows, and written testimony is encouraged.

To learn more about requesting an accommodation, please visit the FAQs for Disability Access. If you have further questions on accommodations or accessibility, please contact the Committee Administrator.

Bills:
  • HF51 (Richardson) - Emmet Louis Till Victims Recovery Program established, and money appropriated.
  • HF1059 (Richardson) - Grants supporting healthy development of babies during pregnancy and postpartum for families with members who are Black, Indigenous, and People of Color funding provided, and money appropriated.
  • HF639 (Bahner) - Community solutions for healthy child development grant program established, and money appropriated.
  • HF712 (Reyer) - Family planning grant funding provided, and money appropriated.
  • HF1030 (Liebling) - Enrollee cost-sharing eliminated under medical assistance and MinnesotaCare; and individual, small group, and State Employee Group Insurance Program plans prohibited from including cost-sharing.
Thursday, February 9, 2023 at 10:30 AM
Chair: Rep. Tina Liebling
Location: State Office Building - Room 5
Agenda:

HF816 (Hicks): Medical assistance enrollees allowed to opt out of managed care enrollment.

HF239 (Reyer): Hospice respite and end-of-life care medical assistance benefit established for individuals under the age of 22.

HF384 (Reyer): Unrestricted access to services required for diagnosis, monitoring, and treatment of rare diseases.

HF390 (Acomb): No-cost diagnostic services and testing required following mammogram.

PUBLIC TESTIMONY: If you would like to submit written testimony or sign up to testify, please contact the Committee Administrator at Josh.Sande@house.mn.gov. Testifiers must contact the Committee Administrator by 5pm the day prior to the hearing in order to sign up to testify in person. In person testimony may be limited as time allows, and written testimony is encouraged.

Remote or virtual testimony is not available.

To learn more about requesting an accommodation, please visit the FAQs for Disability Access. If you have further questions on accommodations or accessibility, please contact the Committee Administrator.

Bills:
  • HF239 (Reyer) - Hospice respite and end-of-life care medical assistance benefit established for individuals under the age of 22.
  • HF384 (Reyer) - Unrestricted access to services required for diagnosis, monitoring, and treatment of rare diseases.
  • HF390 (Acomb) - No-cost diagnostic services and testing required following mammogram.
  • HF816 (Hicks) - Medical assistance enrollees allowed to opt out of managed care enrollment.