Health Care Appropriations Subcommittee

Start Date and Time: Thursday, March 04, 2021 1:00 PM
End Date and Time: Thursday, March 04, 2021 3:00 PM
Location: Sumner Hall (404 HOB)
Duration: 2.00
Consideration of a Consent Agenda that includes the following Appropriation Project Bills:
  • HB 2147 – Monroe County Baker Act Receiving Facility Upgrades
  • HB 2461 – Ability Tree Florida R.E.S.T. and Recreation Center
  • HB 2559 – Florida Veterans Foundation Veterans in Crisis Emergency Fund
  • HB 2621 – Family First - All Pro Dad Adoption Promotion Services
  • HB 2699 – Miami Bridge-Host Homes for Homeless Youth Programs
  • HB 2783 – Chabad of Kendall/Friendship Circle Community Crisis Life Line
  • HB 2839 – City of Miami - Badia Senior Center
  • HB 2853 – Lakeland Regional Health Behavioral Health for Central Florida
  • HB 2865 – Mental Health Association Walk-In and Counseling Center
  • HB 2891 – Substance Use Disorder Residential Treatment Services for Women and Children
  • HB 3053 – Florida Veterans Legal Helpline
  • HB 3099 – Disaster Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program Mobile Technology Pilot
  • HB 3193 – City of Deerfield Beach - Northeast Focal Point Senior Center
  • HB 3501 – Florida Epilepsy Services Program
  • HB 3565 – Housing First for Homeless Persons with Special Needs
  • HB 3583 – Florida Heiken Children's Vision Program
  • HB 3621 – Employment Services for Persons with Mental Health Illnesses
  • HB 3653 – Vision Health Program at Lions Eye Institute for Transplant and Research
Meeting Overview/Summary:
Presentation on Indirect Medical Education

Panel Discussion on CARES Act Funding with:
Emmett Reed, CEO,Executive Director, Florida Health Care Association
Hank Keith, CFO, Westminster Communities of Florida
Mary Mayhew, President and CEO, Florida Hospital Association
Justin Senior, CEO, Safety Net Hospital Alliance of Florida

This meeting will be live-streamed on Persons who wish to attend must register at, and pick up a pass at the Legislative Welcome Center on the 4th Floor of the Capitol beginning one hour before the start of the meeting. Audience seating will be socially distanced and will be available on a first-come, first-served basis. Registration closes three hours before the meeting starts.