Texas Register Table of Contents
- 1 Texas Board of Chiropractic Examiners
- 2 Texas Board of Nursing
- 3 Texas Department of Insurance
- 4 Texas Council for Developmental Disabilities
- 5 Texas Department of Insurance
Texas Board of Chiropractic Examiners
Withdrawing the proposed repeal and replacement of §80.2
CHAPTER 80. COMPLAINTS22 TAC §80.2Proposed repeal of §80.2, published in the July 12, 2019, issue of the Texas Register (44 TexReg 3506), is withdrawn. The agency failed to adopt the proposal within six months of publication.Proposed new §80.2, published in the July 12, 2019, issue of the Texas Register (44 TexReg 3507), is withdrawn. The agency failed to adopt the proposal within six months of publication.
Texas Board of Nursing
Board intends to re-adopt, amend, or repeal several provisions of the Texas Administrative Code
Title 22, Part 11In accordance with Government Code §2001.039, the Texas Board of Nursing (Board) files this notice of intention to review and consider for re-adoption, re-adoption with amendments, or repeal, the following chapters contained in Title 22, Part 11, of the Texas Administrative Code, pursuant to the 2019 rule review plan adopted by the Board at its July 2018 meeting.Chapter 220. Nurse Licensure Compact, §220.1Chapter 223. Fees, §§223.1 – 223.2Chapter 224. Delegation of Nursing Tasks by Registered Professional Nurses to Unlicensed Personnel for Clients with Acute Conditions or in Acute Care Environments, §§224.1 – 224.11Chapter 226. Patient Safety Pilot Programs on Nurse Reporting Systems, §§226.1 – 226.In conducting its review, the Board will assess whether the reasons for originally adopting these chapters continue to exist. The public has thirty (30) days from the publication of this rule review in the Texas Register to comment and submit any response or suggestions.
Texas Department of Insurance
Division of Workers’ CompensationTitle, 28, Part 2The Texas Department of Insurance, Division of Workers’ Compensation (DWC) will review all sections within the following chapters in Title 28, Part 2, of the Texas Administrative Code, in accordance with the requirements for periodic rule review under Texas Government Code §2001.039.Chapter 120. Compensation Procedure – EmployersChapter 122. Compensation Procedure – Claimants Chapter 124. Carriers: Required Notices and Mode of Payment DWC will consider whether the reasons for adopting these rules initially continue to exist and whether these rules should be repealed, readopted, or readopted with amendments.To comment on this rule review project, submit written comments by 5:00 p.m., Central time, on Tuesday, March 3, 2020.
Texas Council for Developmental Disabilities
Request for Applications: Funds available for local self-advocacy organization to conduct leadership and advocacy training
The Texas Council for Developmental Disabilities (TCDD) announces the availability of funds for one local self-advocacy organization to provide leadership and advocacy training to individuals with disabilities, students with developmental disabilities, individuals living in institutions, family members of people with disabilities, and other interested community members who do not fall into any of these categories.Eligible applicants for this Request for Applications are limited to local self-advocacy groups and organizations; however, applicants that do not have the capacity to receive funds can partner with an organization that can perform fiscal and administrative functions. Regardless of the involvement of a partner organization, self-advocates will take the lead on the project and conduct the training.Proposals must be submitted by 12:00 p.m. CT on Friday, March 27, 2020.
Texas Department of Insurance
Aetna Better Health of Kansas, Inc. has applied to do business in the state of Texas
Company LicensingApplication to do business in the state of Texas for Aetna Better Health of Kansas, Inc., a foreign Health Maintenance Organization (HMO). The home office is in Overland Park, Kansas.