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CommitteeHealth Policy
Clerk Phone NumberSondra Gordon 517-373-0910
LocationRoom 519, House Office Building, Lansing, MI
DateThursday, 6/13/2019
Time10:30 AM
AgendaHCR 007 (Rep. Whitsett) A concurrent resolution to urge the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services to protect the people of Michigan from Lyme disease by improving efforts to prevent, monitor, diagnose, and treat the disease.

HB 4603 (Rep. Eisen) Health; diseases; disclosure of Lyme disease diagnosis to the department of health and human services or local health department; require of health care providers.

HB 4604 (Rep. Whitsett) Insurance; health insurers; coverage of Lyme disease testing; require.

HB 4605 (Rep. Neeley) Health occupations; health professionals; disciplinary action for long-term antibiotic treatments; prohibit under certain circumstances.

HB 4606 (Rep. Hoitenga) Health; blood; Lyme disease test for donated blood; require.

HB 4607 (Rep. Whitsett) Health; testing; disclosure of Lyme disease information; require of health care providers, and require certain tests to be ordered.

HB 4608 (Rep. Whitsett) Health; testing; standardized procedure and notification form for diagnosis and treatment of Lyme disease and other tick-borne diseases; create.

HB 4609 (Rep. Whitsett) Human services; medical services; Medicaid coverage of Lyme disease testing; require.

HB 4659 (Rep. Kennedy) Recreation; state parks; signs at state parks, campgrounds, and trails; require to warn of tick-borne diseases.
ChairHank Vaupel

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