Florida Senate - 2014 SENATOR AMENDMENT Bill No. CS/CS/CS/HB 573, 2nd Eng. Ì888502%Î888502 LEGISLATIVE ACTION Senate . House . . . . . ————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————— ————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————— Senator Sobel moved the following: 1 Senate Amendment (with title amendment) 2 3 Between lines 2694 and 2695 4 insert: 5 Section 48. Present subsections (10) and (11) of section 6 394.9082, Florida Statutes, are renumbered as subsections (11) 7 and (12), respectively, and a new subsection (10) is added to 8 that section, to read: 9 394.9082 Behavioral health managing entities.— 10 (10) CRISIS STABILIZATION SERVICES UTILIZATION DATABASE. 11 The department shall develop, implement, and maintain standards 12 under which a managing entity shall collect utilization data 13 from all public receiving facilities situated within its 14 geographic service area. As used in this subsection, the term 15 “public receiving facility” means an entity that meets the 16 licensure requirements of and is designated by the department to 17 operate as a public receiving facility under s. 394.875 and that 18 is operating as a licensed crisis stabilization unit. 19 (a) The department shall develop standards and protocols 20 for managing entities and public receiving facilities to be used 21 for data collection, storage, transmittal, and analysis. The 22 standards and protocols must allow for compatibility of data and 23 data transmittal between public receiving facilities, managing 24 entities, and the department for the implementation and 25 requirements of this subsection. The department shall require 26 managing entities contracted under this section to comply with 27 this subsection by August 1, 2014. 28 (b) A managing entity shall require a public receiving 29 facility within its provider network to submit data in real time 30 or at least daily to the managing entity for: 31 1. All admissions and discharges of clients receiving 32 public receiving facility services who qualify as indigent, as 33 defined in s. 394.4787; and 34 2. Current active census of total licensed beds, the number 35 of beds purchased by the department, the number of clients 36 qualifying as indigent occupying those beds, and the total 37 number of unoccupied licensed beds regardless of funding. 38 (c) A managing entity shall require a public receiving 39 facility within its provider network to submit data on a monthly 40 basis to the managing entity that aggregates the daily data 41 submitted under paragraph (b). The managing entity shall 42 reconcile the data in the monthly submission to the data 43 received by the managing entity under paragraph (b) to check for 44 consistency. If the monthly aggregate data submitted by a public 45 receiving facility under this paragraph is inconsistent with the 46 daily data submitted under paragraph (b), the managing entity 47 shall consult with the public receiving facility to make 48 corrections as necessary to ensure accurate data. 49 (d) A managing entity shall require a public receiving 50 facility within its provider network to submit data on an annual 51 basis to the managing entity which aggregates the data submitted 52 and reconciled under paragraph (c). The managing entity shall 53 reconcile the data in the annual submission to the data received 54 and reconciled by the managing entity under paragraph (c) to 55 check for consistency. If the annual aggregate data submitted by 56 a public receiving facility under this paragraph is inconsistent 57 with the data received and reconciled under paragraph (c), the 58 managing entity shall consult with the public receiving facility 59 to make corrections as necessary to ensure accurate data. 60 (e) After ensuring accurate data under paragraphs (c) and 61 (d), the managing entity shall submit the data to the department 62 on a monthly and annual basis. The department shall create a 63 statewide database for the data described under paragraph (b) 64 and submitted under this paragraph for the purpose of analyzing 65 the payments for and the use of crisis stabilization services 66 funded by the Baker Act on a statewide basis and on an 67 individual public receiving facility basis. 68 (f) The department shall adopt rules to administer this 69 subsection. 70 (g) The department shall submit a report by January 31, 71 2015, and annually thereafter, to the Governor, the President of 72 the Senate, and the Speaker of the House of Representatives 73 which provides details on the implementation of this subsection, 74 including the status of the data collection process and a 75 detailed analysis of the data collected under this subsection. 76 (h) The implementation of this subsection is subject to 77 specific appropriations provided to the department under the 78 General Appropriations Act. 79 80 ================= T I T L E A M E N D M E N T ================ 81 And the title is amended as follows: 82 Delete line 292 83 and insert: 84 home health agencies; amending s. 394.9082, F.S.; 85 requiring the Department of Children and Families to 86 develop standards and protocols for the collection, 87 storage, transmittal, and analysis of utilization data 88 from public receiving facilities; defining the term 89 “public receiving facility”; requiring the department 90 to require compliance by managing entities by a 91 specified date; requiring a managing entity to require 92 public receiving facilities in its provider network to 93 submit certain data within specified timeframes; 94 requiring managing entities to reconcile data to 95 ensure accuracy; requiring managing entities to submit 96 certain data to the department within specified 97 timeframes; requiring the department to create a 98 statewide database; requiring the department to adopt 99 rules; requiring the department to submit an annual 100 report to the Governor and the Legislature; providing 101 that implementation is subject to specific 102 appropriations; providing effective dates.