Reports: Legislative

December 06, 2023
The AMPAR report summarizes the activities of each agency relating to management and program analysis, outstanding accomplishments, areas of significant progress and specific management/operational issues that exist within each agency.
November 30, 2023
In response to House Concurrent Resolution 8 (HCR 8) of the 2022 Regular Session, the Louisiana Department of Health (LDH) submits the following reports. The resolution requires LDH to publish on a quarterly basis a report containing data directly related to payment for health care services through the implementation of a health coverage expansion of the Louisiana medical assistance program, in addition to directed payments and other supplemental payments made to hospitals.
November 29, 2023
SB 337 of the 2008 Regular Session required DHH to provide that as a condition of payment of uncompensated care costs, all state and non-state hospitals and other health care facilities, excluding rural hospitals included in the Rural Hospital Preservation Act, report to DHH patient specific data on the amount and type of uncompensated care provided and all requested data on the amount and type of other services and activities financed by uncompensated care payments. The bill further directs DHH to provide a quarterly summary of reported information to the governor and to the legislature.
October 31, 2023
In response to Act 710 of the 2018 regular session of the Louisiana Legislature, the “Healthy Louisiana Claims Report” is submitted to the Joint Legislative Committee on the Budget and the House and Senate Committees on Health and Welfare.
October 25, 2023
October 2023 Medicaid Forecast Report for SFY 2023-2024
October 23, 2023
In response to Act 207 (SB 305) of the 2003 Regular Session, LDH is required to submit certain information regarding the Medicaid Buy-In Program to the legislature, including the status of the buy-in program, a report relative to the estimated value of the state, federal and FICA taxes paid by the participants in the buy-in program, and any recommendations for expanding coverage in the buy-in program.
October 09, 2023
SB 689 of the 2004 Regular Session and HB 369 of the 2005 Regular Session required DHH to provide an annual written report to the governor and to the legislature regarding the cost of administering the preferred drug list, including the cost of administering the prior authorization function, the costs of development and maintenance of the preferred drug list and aggregate funds returned to the federal government related to pharmaceutical rebates, and an analysis of the utilization trends for medical services provided by the state and any correlation to the preferred drug list.
August 17, 2023
Louisiana law R.S. 40:1253.3 requires the Louisiana Department of Health (LDH) to provide an annual report of its Coordinated System of Care, or CSoC program. CSoC is a Medicaid waiver that allows LDH to offer a network of coordinated behavioral health services to children who meet certain eligibility requirements. Magellan Health of Louisiana, Inc. coordinates, administers and manages the services for the children and youth who may be eligible for or enrolled in the CSoC waiver.
April 10, 2023
Senate Resolution (SR) 104 of the 2022 Regular Session requests the Louisiana Department of Health (LDH) to provide a written report of its findings on the desirability and feasibility of permitting Medicaid enrollees over the age of 65 to participate in a pooled trust to the Senate Health and Welfare Committee.
April 03, 2023
As required by Act 534 of the 2014 Regular Session, the state superintendent of education, secretary of the Department of Children & Family Services (DCFS), and the secretary of the Louisiana Department of Health (LDH) shall review and evaluate the effectiveness of current state programs, including but not limited to sex education provided by public schools, aimed at reducing the rate of teen pregnancy and preventing the spread of HIV and other sexually transmitted diseases among youth of Louisiana.
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