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Ninety-Third Regular Session
Wednesday, November 4, 1998
STATE OF WISCONSIN
Senate Journal
The Chief Clerk makes the following entries under the above date.
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petitions and communications
State of Wisconsin
Department of Health and Family Services
October 23, 1998
The Honorable, The Senate:
Section 46.277 (5m) directs the Department of Health and Family Services to submit a report, by October 1 each year, to the Joint Committee on Finance, and to the Chief Clerk of each house of the Legislature for distribution to the appropriate standing committees, describing the cost and quality of services used under the Medicaid Home and Community - Based Waivers and the extent to which existing services have been used under the program in the preceding calendar year. The Department has completed the programmatic and demographic sections of the report. Information on the cost of community care and institutional care is based on a report submitted annually to the Federal Health Care Financing Administration (HCFA). The completion of this report, which normally occurs in late summer after the close of the state fiscal year, has been delayed due to technical computer and data compilation-related problems. HCFA has provided the Department an extension to complete the report by the end of December 1998. The Department will then be able to complete the Medicaid Home and Community - Based Waivers report and submit it to the Legislature in January 1999.
Pleas contact me or my staff with any questions.
Sincerely,
Joe LEean
Secretary
Referred to the committee on Health, Family Services and Aging
State of Wisconsin
Department of Health and Family Service
July 1998
The Honorable, The Legislature:
Pursuant to section 153.10 (1), Wis. Stat., we are pleased to submit to the Governor and to the Legislature the quarterly Health Care Data Report. This report is based on hospital inpatient discharge data reported to the Office of Health Care Information by all operating general medical-surgical and specialty hospitals in Wisconsin for the third quarter of 1997. It also contains selected ambulatory surgery utilization and charge data from general medical-surgical hospitals and freestanding ambulatory surgery centers in Wisconsin during the same quarter.
This report fulfills the statutory requirement to report "in a manner that permits comparisons among hospitals...the charges for up to 100 health care services or diagnostic-related groups selected by the office."
Sincerely,
Barbara A. Rudolph, Ph.D.
Director - Office of Health Care Information
State of Wisconsin
Department of Health and Family Service
July 1998
The Honorable, The Legislature:
Pursuant to section 153.10 (1), Wis. Stat., we are pleased to submit to the Governor and to the Legislature the quarterly Health Care Data Report. This report is based on hospital inpatient discharge data reported to the Office of Health Care Information by all operating general medical-surgical and specialty hospitals in Wisconsin for the fourth quarter of 1997. It also contains selected ambulatory surgery utilization and charge data from general medical-surgical hospitals and freestanding ambulatory surgery centers in Wisconsin during the same quarter.
This report fulfills the statutory requirement to report "in a manner that permits comparisons among hospitals...the charges for up to 100 health care services or diagnostic-related groups selected by the office."
Sincerely,
Barbara A. Rudolph, Ph.D.
Director - Office of Health Care Information
State of Wisconsin
Milwaukee Area Technical College
October 28, 1998
The Honorable, The Senate:
Attached is a copy of the information provided to all students, in accordance with Wis. Stats. 38.12.
a. All new students are required to attend a New Student Orientation. During these orientations, detailed information is shared regarding Sexual Assault and Sexual Harassment, also these students receive the attached handout.
b. All continuing students receive in the mail the attached flyer.
If you have any further questions or concerns, please feel free to contact Mr. Archie Graham, Director of Student Life at (414)297-6870.
Sincerely,
Mr. Archie L. Graham
Director of Student Life
S793 State of Wisconsin
Department of Financial Institutions
November 1, 1998
The Honorable, The Legislature:
On behalf of Department of Financial Institutions Secretary Richard L. Dean and pursuant to Section 13.172(2), Wis. Stats., I am transmitting this report on the open-end consumer credit market in Wisconsin. Pursuant to section 15 of 1995 Wisconsin Act 23, the Department of Financial Institutions was required to review and report on the open-end consumer credit market in Wisconsin by November 1, 1998. The report is submitted below in electronic form as a Microsoft Word document. It is recommended that the report be reviewed in "page layout" view in order to see and easily access footnotes.
If you are unable to access this document, please contact me at (608)266-0450 to obtain a paper copy.
Sincerely,
Lisa M. Roys
Director of Communications
Department of Financial Institutions
State of Wisconsin
Department of Financial Institutions
October 30, 1998
The Honorable, The Legislature:
Pursuant to 1997 Wisconsin Act 306, the Department of Financial Institutions is required to prepare by November 1, 1998, a report to the Joint Committee on Information Policy and the Governor's Commission on the Use of Electronic Signatures. This report is to contain any information and recommendations that the Department considers useful to governmental units in implementing systems to use electronic signatures to authenticate electronic documents submitted to governmental units.
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