SB 405 – Indiana

Status: Inactive / Dead
Year Introduced: 2022
Link: http://iga.in.gov/legislative/2022/bills/senate/405#digest-heading

Regulation of hospitals and nursing homes. Repeals provisions that allow a county or city hospital to withhold from disclosure the individual salaries of hospital employees. Sets forth financial reporting requirements for hospitals concerning revenue generated from the ownership, operation, or management of a nursing facility. Requires the state department of health to: (1) jointly with the office of the secretary of family and social services, develop and finalize before July 1, 2024, quality metrics to improve clinical, administrative, and quality of life care for health facility residents; and (2) post on the state department’s Internet web site certain information concerning a health facility’s inspection reports, survey reports, and ownership information. Requires a health facility to disclose a description of the services provided by the facility and the rates charged for the services to prospective residents. Requires a health facility to: (1) post personnel and licensure classification information for on duty personnel; (2) retain personnel and licensure information for employees for public inspection; and (3) maintain a record of every inspection report and final citation issued to the health facility for public inspection. Prohibits a health facility from taking retaliatory action against an employee because the employee: (1) discloses or threatens to disclose actions or practices implemented by the health facility that the employee reasonably believes is in violation of federal or state law, rule, or regulation; (2) provides information or testifies in investigations or hearings; or (3) assists or participates in proceedings to enforce state law. Provides for relief to the employee.

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