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Bill No. Title House SponsorsSenate SponsorsDescriptionBill SubjectCategoryCommentFiscal NotesHearing DateHearing RoomHearing TimeHouse CommitteePositionSenate CommitteeStatus
HB23-1002 Epinephrine Auto-injectors I. Jodeh (D)
J. Mabrey (D)
D. Roberts (D)Concerning the affordability of epinephrine auto-injectors.- Health Care & Health Insurance
- Professions & Occupations
Fiscal Notes : 01/27/202302/03/2023House Committee Room 0112no specified timeHealth and InsurancecIntroduced In House - Assigned to Health & Insurance: 01/09/2023
HB23-1004 Language Access In Insurance Documents E. Velasco (D)J. Gonzales (D)Concerning requirements regarding the language used in certain insurance documents.- Health Care & Health Insurance
- Insurance
Fiscal Notes : 01/20/202301/31/2023House Chamber9:00 AMBusiness Affairs and LaborcHouse Second Reading Passed with Amendments - Committee, Floor: 01/30/2023
HB23-1029 Prohibit COVID-19 Vaccine To Minor Without Consent B. Bradley (R)M. Baisley (R)Concerning measures to prohibit requiring administration of a COVID-19 vaccine to a minor without informed consent.- Public Health
 02/07/2023House Committee Room 0112no specified timeHealth and InsurancecIntroduced In House - Assigned to Health & Insurance: 01/09/2023
HB23-1030 Prohibit Direct-hire Fee Health-care Staff Agency E. Sirota (D)N. Hinrichsen (D)Concerning a prohibition against requiring compensation to a health-care staffing agency if a contracted health-care facility hires the health-care staffing agency's employee as a permanent employee of the health-care facility.- Health Care & Health Insurance
- Labor & Employment
Fiscal Notes : 01/27/202301/31/2023House Committee Room 0112no specified timeHealth and InsurancecIntroduced In House - Assigned to Health & Insurance: 01/09/2023
HB23-1031 Mental Health Professionals Reporting Exemption T. Story (D)
J. Willford (D)
Concerning an exemption for mental health professionals from requirements to report information about individuals with a sexually transmitted infection to public health entities.- Health Care & Health Insurance
- Professions & Occupations
Fiscal Notes : 01/23/202302/07/2023Old State Libraryno specified timePublic and Behavioral Health & Human ServicescIntroduced In House - Assigned to Public & Behavioral Health & Human Services: 01/09/2023
HB23-1032 Remedies Persons With Disabilities D. Ortiz (D)Concerning civil action remedy provisions or civil rights violations of persons with disabilities.- Civil Law
Fiscal Notes : 01/11/202302/07/2023House Committee Room 01121:30 PMJudiciarycIntroduced In House - Assigned to Judiciary: 01/09/2023
HB23-1076 Workers' Compensation L. Daugherty (D)Concerning workers' compensation, and, in connection therewith, increasing the duration of benefits based on mental impairment, removing the authority to petition over artificial devices, allowing an employee to request a hearing on the loss of total temporary disability benefits under certain circumstances, updating provisions related to independent medical examinations, and increasing the amount of attorney fees that are presumed unreasonable.- Labor & Employment
 02/02/2023House Committee Room 01121:30 PMBusiness Affairs and LaborcIntroduced In House - Assigned to Business Affairs & Labor: 01/19/2023
HB23-1077 Informed Consent To Intimate Patient Examinations J. Willford (D)F. Winter (D)
S. Jaquez Lewis (D)
Concerning a requirement to obtain a patient's informed consent before performing an intimate examination of the patient under specified circumstances.- Health Care & Health Insurance
- Professions & Occupations
 02/03/2023House Committee Room 0112no specified timeHealth and InsurancecIntroduced In House - Assigned to Health & Insurance: 01/19/2023
HB23-1116 Contracts Between Carriers And Providers L. Daugherty (D)
A. Hartsook (R)
R. Rodriguez (D)
M. Baisley (R)
Concerning insurance contracts for health-care services that involve electronic payments to a health-care provider.- Health Care & Health Insurance
- Insurance
Fiscal Notes : 01/27/202301/31/2023House Committee Room 0112no specified timeHealth and InsurancecIntroduced In House - Assigned to Health & Insurance: 01/23/2023
SB23-002 Medicaid Reimbursement For Community Health Services J. McCluskie (D)
M. Bradfield (R)
K. Mullica (D)
C. Simpson (R)
Concerning seeking federal authorization for medicaid reimbursement for services provided by a community health worker.- Health Care & Health Insurance
 cHealth and Human ServicesIntroduced In Senate - Assigned to Health & Human Services: 01/09/2023
SB23-009 Limit Opioid Prescription And Exception For Intractable Pain J. Ginal (D)Concerning a per day limit on the amount of an opioid that a prescriber may prescribe to a patient, and, in connection therewith, creating an exception for a patient with intractable pain.- Professions & Occupations
Fiscal Notes : 01/23/2023cHealth and Human ServicesSenate Committee on Health & Human Services Postpone Indefinitely: 01/26/2023
SB23-017 Additional Uses Paid Sick Leave J. Willford (D)F. Winter (D)Concerning the addition of qualifying uses of paid sick leave.- Labor & Employment
Fiscal Notes : 01/25/202301/31/2023Old Supreme Court Chambers2:00 PMcBusiness, Labor and TechnologyIntroduced In Senate - Assigned to Business, Labor, & Technology: 01/10/2023
SB23-031 Improve Health-care Access For Older Coloradans J. Danielson (D)
L. Cutter (D)
Concerning improving older Coloradans' access to trained geriatric specialist health-care providers.- Higher Education
Fiscal Notes : 01/23/2023cHealth and Human ServicesSenate Committee on Health & Human Services Refer Unamended to Appropriations: 01/26/2023
SB23-040 Staffing Agency CAPS Checks M. Young (D)R. Fields (D)Concerning a requirement that staffing agencies perform a CAPS check when providing employees who will work with at-risk adults.- Human Services
Fiscal Notes : 01/25/202302/02/2023Senate Committee Room 3571:30 PMcHealth and Human ServicesIntroduced In Senate - Assigned to Health & Human Services: 01/12/2023
SB23-093 Increase Consumer Protections Medical Transactions M. Weissman (D)L. Cutter (D)
S. Jaquez Lewis (D)
Concerning increasing consumer protections in various medical transactions.- Business & Economic Development
- Health Care & Health Insurance
 cHealth and Human ServicesIntroduced In Senate - Assigned to Health & Human Services: 01/30/2023
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