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  • Rep Brown, Sherrod - 5/3/2000SUMMARY AS OF: 9/22/2000--Passed Senate, amended. (There are 2 other summaries) TABLE OF CONTENTS: Division A: Children's Health Title I: Autism Title II: Research and Development Regarding Fragile X Title III: Juvenile Arthritis and Related Conditions Title IV: Reducing Burden of Diabetes Among Children and Youth Title V: Asthma Services for Children Subtitle A: Asthma Services Subtitle B: Prevention Activities Subtitle C: Coordination of Federal Activities Subtitle D: Compilation of Data Title VI: Birth Defects Prevention Activities Subtitle A: Folic Acid Promotion Subtitle B: National Center on Birth Defects and Developmental Disabilities Title VII: Early Detection, Diagnosis, and Treatment Regarding Hearing Loss in Infants Title VIII: Children and Epilepsy Title IX: Safe Motherhood; Infant Health Promotion Subtitle A: Safe Motherhood Prevention Research Subtitle B: Pregnant Women and Infants Health Promotion Title X: Pediatric Research Initiative Title XI: Childhood Malignancies Title XII: Adoption Awareness Subtitle A: Infant Adoption Awareness Subtitle B: Special Needs Adoption Awareness Title XIII: Traumatic Brain Injury Title XIV: Child Care Safety and Health Grants Title XV: Healthy Start Initiative Title XVI: Oral Health Promotion and Disease Prevention Title XVII: Vaccine-Related Programs Subtitle A: Vaccine Compensation Program Subtitle B: Childhood Immunizations Title XVIII: Hepatitis C Title XIX: NIH Initiative on Autoimmune Diseases Title XX: Graduate Medical Education Programs in Children's Hospitals Title XXI: Special Needs of Children Regarding Organ Transplantation Title XXII: Muscular Dystrophy Research Title XXIII: Children and Tourette Syndrome Awareness Title XXIV: Childhood Obesity Prevention Title XXV: Early Detection and Treatment Regarding Childhood Lead Poisoning Title XXVI: Screening for Heritable Disorders Title XXVII: Pediatric Research Protections Title XXVIII: Miscellaneous Provisions Title XXIX: Effective Date Division B: Youth Drug and Mental Health Services Title XXXI (sic): Provisions Relating to Services for Children and Adolescents Title XXXII: Provisions Relating to Mental Health Title XXXIII: Provisions Relating to Substance Abuse Title XXXIV: Provisions Relating to Flexibility and Accountability Title XXXV: Waiver Authority for Physicians Who Dispense or Prescribe Certain Narcotic Drugs for Maintenance Treatment or Detoxification Treatment Title XXXVI: Methamphetamine and Other Controlled Substances Subtitle A: Methamphetamine Production, Trafficking, and Abuse Part I: Criminal Penalties Part II: Enhanced Law Enforcement Part III: Abuse Prevention and Treatment Part IV: Reports Subtitle B: Controlled Substances Generally Subtitle C: Ecstasy Anti-Proliferation Act of 2000 Subtitle D: Miscellaneous

Children's Health Act of 2000 - Division A: Children's Health - Title I: Autism - Advancement in Pediatric Autism Research Act - Amends the Public Health Service Act to require the Director of the National Institutes of Health (NIH) to expand, intensify, and coordinate the activities of NIH with respect to autism. Requires the Director, among other things, to make awards of grants and contracts to public or nonprofit entities for centers of excellence regarding research on autism. Authorizes appropriations.Directs the Secretary of Health and Human Services (HHS), acting through the Director of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, to: (1) make awards of grants and cooperative agreements for the collection, analysis, and reporting of data on autism and pervasive developmental disabilities to public or nonprofit private entities; (2) establish at least three regional centers of excellence in autism and pervasive developmental disabilities epidemiology, through grants or cooperative agreements, for purposes of collecting and analyzing information on autism and developmental disabilities; (3) establish a clearinghouse within the Center for the collection and storage of data generated from the monitoring programs created by this Act; and (4) coordinate the Federal response to requests for assistance from State health department officials regarding potential or alleged autism or developmental disability clusters.Authorizes appropriations.Requires the Secretary to establish a program to provide information and education on autism to health professionals and the general public. Authorizes appropriations.Directs the Secretary to establish an Autism Coordinating Committee to coordinate HHS efforts concerning autism.Title II: Research and Development Regarding Fragile X - Requires the Director of the National Institute of Child Health and Human Development to: (1) expand, intensify, and coordinate the Institute's activities respecting research on the disease known as fragile X; and (2) make grants to, and enter into contracts with, public or nonprofit private entities for the development and operation of at least three centers to conduct research for improving the diagnosis and treatment of, and finding the cure for, fragile X. Requires each such center assisted to conduct and support basic and biomedical research into the detection and treatment of fragile X. Allows such centers to use grant funds provided under this Act to provide fees to individuals serving as subjects in clinical trials. Authorizes appropriations.Title III: Juvenile Arthritis and Related Conditions - Requires the Director of the National Institute of Arthritis and Musculoskeletal and Skin Diseases to expand and intensify the Institute's research activities regarding juvenile arthritis. Authorizes appropriations.Directs the Secretary to evaluate whether there are enough pediatric rheumatologists to address the needs of children with arthritis and, if not, develop strategies to address the shortfall.Adds juvenile arthritis to the information dissemination responsibilities of the National Arthritis and Musculoskeletal and Skin Diseases Information Clearinghouse.Title IV: Reducing Burden of Diabetes Among Children and Youth - Directs the Secretary to: (1) develop a sentinel system to collect juvenile diabetes data and establish a national database for that data; and (2) implement a national public health effort to address type 2 diabetes in youth. Authorizes appropriations.Requires the Director of the National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive Kidney Diseases to conduct or support long-term epidemiology studies following individuals with, or at risk for, type 1, or juvenile, diabetes for at least ten years. Directs the Secretary to: (1) support regional clinical research centers for the prevention, detection, treatment, and cure of juvenile diabetes; and (2) provide for a national effort to prevent type 1 diabetes. Authorizes appropriations.Title V: Asthma Services for Children - Subtitle A: Asthma Services - Directs the Secretary to make grants for medical care for children in areas with a high asthma prevalence, provide education to parents, children, and health care providers, decrease preventable emergency room trips, and provide other direct and support services regarding asthma. Authorizes grants to develop and expand projects relating to comprehensive asthma services, mobile health care clinics providing preventive asthma care, and validated asthma management education programs. Authorizes appropriations.Subtitle B: Prevention Activities - Allows existing block grants to States for preventive health services, comprehensive public health services, and emergency medical services to be used: (1) to establish, operate, and coordinate systems to reduce illness due to asthma, especially among children, by reducing exposure to cockroach allergen or other known asthma triggers through integrated pest management, as applied to cockroaches or other known allergens; and (2) related planning, administrative, and educational activities.Subtitle C: Coordination of Federal Activities - Requires the Director of the National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute to identify all Federal programs having asthma-related activities and develop a Federal asthma-response plan. Authorizes appropriations.Subtitle D: Compilation of Data - Directs the Secretary to conduct local asthma surveillance to collect data on asthma prevalence and severity and asthma management quality, publish data on the prevalence in each State, and publish data on the national childhood mortality rate associated with asthma. Authorizes appropriations.Title VI: Birth Defects Prevention Activities - Subtitle A: Folic Acid Promotion - Directs the Secretary to expand and intensify programs, directly or through grants or contracts, for professional and public education and training, research, and epidemiological activities regarding folic acid and birth defects. Authorizes appropriations.Subtitle B: National Center on Birth Defects and Developmental Disabilities - Establishes a National Center on Birth Defects and Developmental Disabilities to: (1) collect, analyze, and make available data on birth defects and developmental disabilities; (2) conduct applied epidemiological research on prevention of such defects and disabilities; and (3) provide birth defect and developmental disability prevention information and education to the public. Transfers to such Center all programs and functions (and related personnel and amounts) of the National Center for Environmental Health that relate to birth defects, folic acid, cerebral palsy, mental retardation, child development, newborn screening, autism, fragile X syndrome, fetal alcohol syndrome, pediatric genetics, and disability prevention.Title VII: Early Detection, Diagnosis, and Treatment Regarding Hearing Loss in Infants - Directs the Secretary, through the Health Resources and Services Administration and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, to make grants or cooperative agreements regarding newborn and infant hearing screening, evaluation, and intervention programs and systems. Requires the NIH Director to continue research and development on new screening techniques and technology. Authorizes appropriations.Title VIII: Children and Epilepsy - Directs the Secretary, through grants to or contracts with public or nonprofit private entities, to develop and implement public health surveillance, education, research, and intervention strategies to improve the lives of persons with epilepsy, particularly children. Authorizes the Secretary to make grants for carrying out demonstration projects to improve access to health and other services regarding seizures to encourage early detection and treatment in children and others residing in medically underserved areas. Authorizes appropriations.Title IX: Safe Motherhood; Infant Health Promotion - Subtitle A: Safe Motherhood Prevention Research - Authorizes the Secretary to: (1) establish and implement a national surveillance program regarding investigation of deaths and severe complications during pregnancy; (2) expand the Pregnancy Risk Assessment Monitoring System; (3) expand the Maternal and Child Health Epidemiology Program; (4) expand research regarding various matters before, during, and after pregnancy; and (5) carry out public education campaigns, education programs for health providers, and activities to promote community support services for pregnant women. Authorizes appropriations.Subtitle B: Pregnant Women and Infants Health Promotion - Directs the Secretary to carry out programs regarding prenatal and postnatal smoking and alcohol and illegal drug use. Authorizes grants and contracts for those purposes. Authorizes appropriations.Title X: Pediatric Research Initiative - Directs the Secretary to establish in the Office of the Director of NIH a Pediatric Research Initiative to conduct and support research directly related to diseases, disorders, and other conditions in children. Authorizes appropriations and authorizes the NIH Director to transfer amounts under this paragraph to any of the NIH's Institutes.(Sec. 1002) Requires the Director of the National Institute of Child Health and Human Development to support activities to increase: (1) the number and size of institutional training grants supporting pediatric training; and (2) the number of career development awards for health professionals who intend to build careers in pediatric basic and clinical research. Authorizes appropriations.Authorizes the Secretary to enter into contracts with health professionals to repay educational loans in return for conducting pediatric research.(Sec. 1003) Directs the Secretary to review, and report to Congress on, Federal regulations relating to protections for children involved as subjects in research.(Sec. 1004) Requires the Director of the National Institute of Child Health and Human Development to establish a consortium of representatives from appropriate Federal agencies to plan and implement a prospective cohort study of environmental influences (including physical, chemical, biological, and psychosocial) on children's health and development. Authorizes appropriations.Title XI: Childhood Malignancies - Directs the Secretary to study environmental and other risk factors for childhood cancers and carry out projects, directly or through grants or contracts, to improve outcomes among children with childhood cancers and resultant secondary conditions. Authorizes appropriations.Title XII: Adoption Awareness - Subtitle A: Infant Adoption Awareness - Directs the Secretary to make grants to adoption organizations for programs to train health center staff in providing adoption information and referrals to pregnant women on an equal basis with all other courses of action included in nondirective counseling of those women. Provides for the development of best practices guidelines and requires recipient organizations to follow those guidelines. Authorizes appropriations.Subtitle B: Special Needs Adoption Awareness - Directs the Secretary: (1) to make grants to plan and carry out a national campaign to provide information to the public on adoption of special needs children; and (2) directly or through grants, to carry out a program making available to the public, through toll-free telecommunications, information on adoption of special needs children. Directs the Secretary to make grants, regarding special needs children, for: (1) assistance to support groups for adoptive parents, adopted children, and siblings of adopted children; and (2) studies on adoption barriers and components leading to favorable long-term outcomes. Authorizes appropriations.Title XIII: Traumatic Brain Injury - Adds a national education and awareness campaign regarding traumatic brain injury to the allowed activities under provisions directing the Secretary, directly or through grants or contracts, to carry out projects to reduce the incidence of such injury. Declares that, for provisions relating to the prevention of traumatic brain injury, "traumatic brain injury" may include brain injuries caused by anoxia due to trauma (currently, due to near drowning).Authorizes the Secretary to make grants to: (1) States to operate the State's traumatic brain injury registry; and (2) academic institutions for applied research that will support registry development.(Sec. 1302) Directs the Secretary to conduct a study to: (1) determine appropriate methodological strategies to obtain data on the incidence and prevalence of mild traumatic brain injury; and (2) develop a uniform reporting system for the States to report incidents of traumatic brain injury. Authorizes appropriations.(Sec. 1303) Declares that, for provisions relating to a program of basic and clinical research on trauma, "traumatic brain injury" may include brain injuries caused by anoxia due to trauma (currently, due to near drowning). Allows program funds to be used for research on the cognitive disorders and neurobehavioral consequences of traumatic brain injury. Authorizes appropriations.(Sec. 1304) Authorizes grants for projects (currently, for demonstration projects) to improve access to health and other services regarding traumatic brain injury. Allows required matching funds to be in cash or in kind (currently, in cash). Regulates grant fund use. Declares that, for provisions relating to those projects, "traumatic brain injury" may include brain injuries caused by anoxia due to trauma (currently, due to near drowning). Authorizes appropriations.(Sec. 1305) Directs the Secretary to make grants to protection and advocacy systems for services to individuals with traumatic brain injury. Authorizes appropriations.(Sec. 1306) Authorizes appropriations to carry out provisions relating to the prevention and control of injuries.Title XIV: Child Care Safety and Health Grants - Directs the Secretary to make allotments to States to establish programs to improve the health and safety of children receiving child care outside the home. Authorizes appropriations.Title XV: Healthy Start Initiative - Directs the Secretary to continue the Healthy Start Initiative (to reduce infant mortality and improve perinatal outcomes) and authorizes carrying it out on a national basis. Authorizes, if funding increases, additional grants.Authorizes the Secretary to make grants to conduct and support research and to provide additional health services (including ultrasound, prenatal care, genetic counseling, and fetal or other surgery) for pregnant women and infants.Authorizes appropriations.Title XVI: Oral Health Prom


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