HCS/SCS/SB 35 - This act provides that when the Department of Social Services receives information, including from a MO HealthNet managed care plan, that a MO HealthNet participant, excluding a child in the custody of the state, resides out of state, such participant's MO HealthNet services shall be terminated as provided for under law.
This act also requires the Department of Social Services, by January 1, 2016, to contract with a private vendor to verify that eligibility requirements are being met by recipients of public assistance, including supplemental nutrition assistance program; temporary assistance for needy families: women, infants, and children supplemental nutrition program; child care assistance; and MO HealthNet. The Department will retain final determination of eligibility. The Department and the contractor are required to file an annual report with the Governor and the General Assembly regarding the eligibility data.
This act is identical to provisions in HCS/SCS/SB 38 (2015), SCS/HCS/HB 796 (2015), HCS/SCS/SB 322 (2015), and HB 985 (2015).
HA 1 - TECHNICAL FIX
HA 2 - REQUIRES FOOD STAMP RECIPIENT'S ELECTRONIC BENEFIT CARD TO HAVE A PHOTO ID
HA 4 - TELEHEALTH SERVICES REFORMS, INCLUDING ASYNCHRONOUS STORE-AND-FORWARD, TELEHEALTH SERVICES ADVISORY COUNCIL, ORIGINATING SITES FOR MO HEALTHNET PARTICIPANTS, AND HOME TELEMONITORING
HA 1 TO HA 4 - TANF OR SNAP ELECTRONIC BENEFIT TRANSFER CARD LIMITATIONS, INCLUDING CASH WITHDRAWAL LIMITS, PORNOGRAPHY RESTRICTIONS, LOSS OF TANF BENEFITS FOR 2 YEARS AFTER 3 OR MORE MISUSE VIOLATIONS. ALSO REPEALS SECTION 208.182.
HA 5 - LIMITS WAGE RATE RECOMMENDATIONS FOR PERSONAL CARE ATTENDANTS WITHOUT SPECIFIC ANNUAL APPROPRIATIONS BY THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY
HA 6 - CREATES A JOINT INTERIM LEGISLATIVE COMMITTEE ON HUMAN INVESTMENT AND SOCIAL IMPACT BONDS TO RESEARCH AND REPORT ON SOCIAL IMPACT BONDS. SUNSET PROVISION FOR JANUARY 30, 2020.