NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING

COMMITTEE: Health & Human Services

TIME & DATE:  9:00AM, Thursday, March 1, 2001

PLACE: Senate Chamber

CHAIR: Senator Mike Moncrief


To consider the following:

SB 46            Zaffirini
Relating to minimum training regarding family violence for certain
state employees and other persons administering the financial
assistance program and to identification of and services for
certain victims of family violence.

SB 54            Zaffirini
Relating to reports by health and human services agencies on the
efforts to deliver health and human services to young Texans.

SB 55            Zaffirini
Relating to a statewide education program to prevent infant

SB 515            Madla
Relating to the establishment of an adult fatality review team and
to the reporting and investigation of certain adult deaths.

SB 595            Harris
Relating to access to certain complaints filed with the Texas State
Board of Medical Examiners.

SB 651            Carona
Relating to certain examinations administered by the Texas Board of
Chiropractic Examiners.

SB 664            Madla
Relating to the investigation of abuse, neglect, or exploitation of
persons in certain facilities.

SB 665            Moncrief
Relating to the creation of an office within the Health and Human
Services Commission for coordinating the delivery of early
childhood services.

SB 832            Moncrief
Relating to requiring reports from the Health and Human Services
Commission about the state Medicaid program.

SB 834            Moncrief
Relating to electronic access to health and human services

Pending Business:

SB 22            Shapiro
Relating to the admission of minors to facilities for and to the
consent of minors to the treatment and rehabilitation of chemical

Other Business:

The Senate Committee on Health and Human Services will meet in a joint
hearing with the Senate Committee on Business and Commerce, after the
adjournment of the Texas Senate, to hear discussion and testimony on
SB 11 by Senator Nelson, relating to protecting the privacy of
medical records; providing penalties.  Please check the Senate
Committee on Business and Commerce posting for more information.