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House Bill 7

General Assembly: 132

Short Title: Address medical claims and provider immunities   [ Show Long Title ]

Long Title: To amend sections 2305.113, 2305.252, 2305.51, and 2317.43 and to enact sections 2305.2311, 2317.44, 2317.45, and 2323.451 of the Revised Code to grant qualified civil immunity to certain medical providers and emergency medical technicians who provide emergency medical services as a result of a disaster and through its duration; to provide that certain communications made regarding an unanticipated outcome of medical care, the development or implementation of standards under federal laws, and an insurer's reimbursement policies on health care are inadmissible as evidence in a medical claim; to specify the manner of sending a notice of intent to file a medical claim and provide a procedure for the discovery of other potential claims within a specified period after the filing of a medical claim; to provide civil immunity to certain medical providers regarding the discharge of a patient with a mental condition that threatens the safety of the patient or others; to permit access to peer review committee documents during authorized inspections by the Director of Health while preserving their confidentiality; and to clarify the definition of "medical claim."

Primary Sponsor: Representative Cupp

Version: As Passed by the House

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Votes
Date Chamber Results Vote
6/27/2018 House Passed
Yeas : 76
Nays : 18
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Yeas
Marlene Anielski (R) Niraj J. Antani (R)
Steven Arndt (R) Michael Ashford (D)
John Barnes (D) John Becker (R)
Louis W. Blessing III (R) John A. Boccieri (D)
Kristin Boggs (D) Andrew Brenner (R)
Jim Butler (R) Rick Carfagna (R)
Nicholas J. Celebrezze (D) Jack Cera (D)
Kathleen Clyde (D) Hearcel F. Craig (D)
Robert R. Cupp (R) Anthony DeVitis (R)
Bill Dean (R) Mike Duffey (R)
Jay Edwards (R) Keith Faber (R)
Theresa Gavarone (R) Timothy Ginter (R)
Anne Gonzales (R) Doug Green (R)
Christina Hagan (R) Stephen D. Hambley (R)
Michael Henne (R) Brian Hill (R)
Ron Hood (R) James M. Hoops (R)
Larry Householder (R) Stephen A. Huffman (R)
Jim Hughes (R) Terry Johnson (R)
Candice R. Keller (R) Bernadine Kennedy Kent (D)
Darrell Kick (R) J. Kyle Koehler (R)
Sarah LaTourette (R) Al Landis (R)
Laura Lanese (R) George .F Lang (R)
David Leland (D) P. Scott Lipps (R)
Nathan H. Manning (R) Riordan T. McClain (R)
Derek Merrin (R) John Patterson (D)
Thomas F. Patton (R) Dorothy Pelanda (R)
Rick Perales (R) Bill Reineke (R)
Wes Retherford (R) Jeff Rezabek (R)
Craig S. Riedel (R) Kristina Roegner (R)
John M. Rogers (D) Mark J. Romanchuk (R)
Scott K. Ryan (R) Tim Schaffer (R)
Gary Scherer (R) Kirk Schuring (R)
William Seitz (R) Michael Sheehy (D)
Marilyn Slaby (R) Ryan Smith (R)
Robert Sprague (R) Dick Stein (R)
Fred Strahorn (D) Thomas West (D)
Scott Wiggam (R) Shane Wilkin (R)
Ron Young (R) Paul Zeltwanger (R)
Nays
Janine R. Boyd (D) Tom Brinkman (R)
Richard Brown (D) Jonathan Dever (R)
Teresa Fedor (D) Tavia Galonski (D)
Glenn W. Holmes (D) Stephanie Howse (D)
Catherine D. Ingram (D) Brigid Kelly (D)
Michele Lepore-Hagan (D) Adam C. Miller (D)
Michael J. O'Brien (D) Dan Ramos (D)
Alicia Reece (D) Kent Smith (D)
Emilia Strong Sykes (D) A. Nino Vitale (R)
5/29/2018 House Favorable Passage
Yeas : 11
Nays : 2
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