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Archives Interim 2001 Health Care Task Force



 Resource Book 

 Fact Sheet 

 Final Report 


Committee Members
Representatives Senators
Lauri Clapp, Chair

Rob Hernandez, Vice Chair

Frana Mace Ken Chlouber
Andrew Romanoff Deanna Hanna
Debbie Stafford Marilyn Musgrave
John Witwer Terry Phillips


Staff Contact - Whitney Gustin,, 303-866-4789, Jeanette Chapman,, 303-866-6136



Agendas and meeting summaries can be accessed using the Hearing Date links located below. An agenda will be available prior to each hearing. After the hearing has been held, the meeting summary, upon completion, will be available through the same Hearing Date link. The final report of committee activities as well as the legislation proposed by the committee will be available, upon completion, through the Final Report and Proposed Legislation link above. Also, committee reports and memoranda prepared by staff will be available through the Staff Reports and Memos link above.


Committee Schedule
Hearing Date Time Location 

  Wednesday, July 18 

10:00 a.m. HCR0112
 Monday, August 6  9:30 a.m. HCR0112

 Wednesday, September 5 

10:00 a.m. HCR0112

 Wednesday, September 19 

9:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.


 Thursday, October 18 

9:30 a.m. HCR0112


Staff Reports and Committee Memoranda

Date Title/Subject
 July 1, 2002  Health Care Task Force Bills and Resolutions


Monday, August 6



 Proposed Legislation
Short Title Fiscal
 Bill A  Concerning the efficient delivery of quality care to seniors.  Bill A   
 Bill B  Concerning the elimination of barriers to quality care.  Bill B   
 Bill C  Concerning the creation of a nurse licensure compact.  Bill C   
 Bill D  Concerning case-mix reimbursement methodology for the reimbursement of services under the "Colorado Medical Assistance Act".  Bill D   
 Bill E  Concerning expansion of the program of all-inclusive care for the elderly.  Bill E   
 Bill F  Concerning the creation of in-home support services.  Bill F   
 Bill G  Concerning the creation of a consumer-directed care pilot program for the elderly.  Bill G   
 Resolution A  Concerning the importance of long-term care insurance, and, in connection therewith, encouraging citizens to purchase private long-term care insurance policies.    


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