NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING

COMMITTEE: Public Health

TIME & DATE:  8:00AM, Thursday, April 24, 1997

PLACE: E2.028

CHAIR: Rep. Hugo Berlanga

To consider the following:

HB 935            Maxey / et al.
Relating to public access to certain information pertaining to
medical practitioners.

HB 1514            Thompson
Relating to county support of paupers.

HB 1715            Davila
Relating to the regulation of the practice of cosmetology;
providing an administrative penalty.

HB 1803            Rodriguez / et al.
Relating to control of tuberculosis in certain jail populations.

HB 1939            Coleman
Relating to Medicaid coverage of certain nutritional feedings,
nutritional counseling services, and medical nutritional products.

HB 1990            Naishtat
Relating to advocates for survivors of sexual assault and to
confidential communications; providing a criminal penalty.

HB 2078            Naishtat
Relating to the disposition of a person's remains.

HB 2099            Uher
Relating to student loan reimbursements for physician assistants
practicing in certain areas.

HB 2452            Hirschi
Relating to peer review of physicians.

HB 2556            Kuempel
Relating to eligibility for state assistance under the Indigent
Health Care & Treatment Act for a hospital managed jointly by a
city and county.

HB 2627            Delisi / et al.
Relating to anatomical gifts and donor cards.

HB 2773            Coleman
Relating to expanded hours of operation under the Supplemental Food
Program for Women, Infants and Children (WIC).

HB 2932            Coleman
Relating to the rights of recovery of Medicaid providers.

HB 2934            Coleman
Relating to certain permitted duties of dental assistants.

HB 2957            Farrar
Relating to compensation for services performed by pharmacists
under the state Medicaid program.

HB 3096            Jones, Jesse
Relating to the fees required for copies of certain medical

HB 3155            Hilbert
Relating to the issuance of a license to practice as an emergency
medical technician-paramedic.

HB 3195            Janek
Relating to the regulation of the practice of optometry.

HB 3265            Craddick
Relating to the regulation of surgical technologists and surgical
first assistants;  providing a penalty.

HB 3295            Wilson
Relating to the administration of certain laws regarding alcohol
and drug abuse programs, including the licensing of certain
treatment facilities.

HCR 168            Delisi
Urging Congress to oversee the audit of teaching hospitals.