The ACCME appreciated the opportunity to share information with the Senate Finance Committee regarding its necessities and processes in support of independence of continuous medical training (CME). House Bill 791 / Senate Bill 868 Prescribing and Meting out of Naloxone -Eradicating the DHMH Coaching Requirement: Laws that might take away the present DHMH requirement that individuals be required to complete a coaching to be able to obtain a Naloxone package.
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That does not imply they’ll make it to the ground of the Basic Assembly for a full vote of all members -it doesn’t even mean that the Committee will vote on it to maneuver it forward (there are just too many bills for them to take notice of each one).
Regardless of opposition from a number of Democrats, who expressed frustration through the affirmation hearings that Verma wasn’t forthcoming along with her solutions to questions on Medicaid block grants, vouchers and Medicaid privatization, it appears seemingly that the committee will approve her nomination Thursday and ship it to the full Senate for a confirmation vote.
He also told the committee that due to escalating recapture, SBISD budgets are staying flat in spite of the increased tax revenue and the district continues to fall behind in trainer salaries, creating a major drawback within the aggressive Houston-area market.