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Page 1 of 2 211.482 Business plans and benchmark measures -- Presentation of plans to Interim Joint Committees -- Updates to be provided -- Public-private <br>collaboration. (1) The KCDI board shall establish goals and business plans for one (1), three (3), five (5), and ten (10) year time periods that include but are not limited to benchmark <br>measures on: <br>(a) Outreach, including identification of Kentuckians who are at high risk for cardiovascular disease utilizing allied health programs in postsecondary <br>institutions, the resources of community-based physicians, and local health <br>departments; (b) Education on lifestyle modifications to prevent cardiovascular disease; <br>(c) Early identification, including identification of target populations for hypertension, cholesterol, diabetes, and other at-risk histories utilizing a <br>statewide data repository; (d) Education, including the development and implementation of educational curricula and public awareness materials that address different target <br>populations, such as age groups, gender, and identified occupational groups, <br>and include distinctions for rural and urban populations; (e) Follow-up strategies for identified at-risk Kentuckians, including disease management protocols utilizing a statewide data repository and the allied <br>health programs in postsecondary institutions, the resources of community-<br>based physicians, and local health departments; (f) Improving access to health care for at-risk and identified patient population and improving access to best practices for health-care providers, including <br>utilization of an Internet-based e-health system; (g) Basic, clinical, and translational research on cardiovascular disease and its treatment; (h) Commercialization of intellectual property to create profitable new businesses, as well as the development of an Internet-based data repository <br>and e-health program established at Kentucky Innovation and <br>Commercialization Centers affiliated with comprehensive universities, in <br>accordance with KRS 154.12-300 to 154.12-310, on cardiovascular and other <br>diseases that can be accessed by health-care providers working with patients; <br>and (i) Patient privacy protection as required by federal and state law. (2) The board shall present business plans that include specific budget items developed pursuant to subsection (1) of this section to the Interim Joint Committee on <br>Appropriations and Revenue and the Interim Joint Committee on Health and <br>Welfare of the General Assembly prior to initial expenditure of any funds relating to <br>implementation of the business plans and shall provide updates annually or upon <br>request of the General Assembly. The board shall make business plans available to <br>any interested party upon request. Page 2 of 2 (3) (a) The board may create a public or nonprofit corporation to facilitate public-private collaboration in development and implementation of the KCDI. (b) A public or nonprofit organization may receive and expend funds appropriated by the General Assembly and may solicit, apply for, and receive any funds, <br>grants, contracts, contributions, property, or services from any person, <br>governmental agency, or other organization to carry out the responsibilities <br>given to it by the KCDI Board. (c) Funds appropriated to a public or nonprofit corporation shall not lapse at the end of a state fiscal year and shall be used solely for the purposes for which <br>the funds were appropriated. (d) A public or nonprofit corporation created under this subsection shall: 1. Follow standard accounting practices; 2. Submit to an annual financial audit by an independent auditor; 3. Submit a quarterly report of receipts and expenditures to the secretary of <br>the Cabinet for Health and Family Services and the KCDI board no later <br>than sixty (60) days after the end of a quarter; and 4. Submit an annual financial and progress report to the Governor, the <br>secretary of the Finance and Administration Cabinet, and the Interim <br>Joint Committees on Appropriations and Revenue and Health and <br>Welfare by September 30 following the end of each state fiscal year. The <br>annual report shall include a report of receipts and expenditures, the <br>financial audit, and a report on the status and progress of the <br>corporation's initiatives. Effective: July 15, 2008 <br>History: Amended 2008 Ky. Acts ch. 98, sec. 12, effective July 15, 2008; and ch. 113, sec. 15, effective July 15, 2008. -- Created 2007 Ky. Acts ch. 126, sec. 3, effective <br>June 26, 2007. Legislative Research Commission Note (7/15/2008). This section was amended by 2008 Ky. Acts chs. 98 and 113, which do not appear to be in conflict and have been <br>codified together.

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Page 1 of 2 211.482 Business plans and benchmark measures -- Presentation of plans to Interim Joint Committees -- Updates to be provided -- Public-private <br>collaboration. (1) The KCDI board shall establish goals and business plans for one (1), three (3), five (5), and ten (10) year time periods that include but are not limited to benchmark <br>measures on: <br>(a) Outreach, including identification of Kentuckians who are at high risk for cardiovascular disease utilizing allied health programs in postsecondary <br>institutions, the resources of community-based physicians, and local health <br>departments; (b) Education on lifestyle modifications to prevent cardiovascular disease; <br>(c) Early identification, including identification of target populations for hypertension, cholesterol, diabetes, and other at-risk histories utilizing a <br>statewide data repository; (d) Education, including the development and implementation of educational curricula and public awareness materials that address different target <br>populations, such as age groups, gender, and identified occupational groups, <br>and include distinctions for rural and urban populations; (e) Follow-up strategies for identified at-risk Kentuckians, including disease management protocols utilizing a statewide data repository and the allied <br>health programs in postsecondary institutions, the resources of community-<br>based physicians, and local health departments; (f) Improving access to health care for at-risk and identified patient population and improving access to best practices for health-care providers, including <br>utilization of an Internet-based e-health system; (g) Basic, clinical, and translational research on cardiovascular disease and its treatment; (h) Commercialization of intellectual property to create profitable new businesses, as well as the development of an Internet-based data repository <br>and e-health program established at Kentucky Innovation and <br>Commercialization Centers affiliated with comprehensive universities, in <br>accordance with KRS 154.12-300 to 154.12-310, on cardiovascular and other <br>diseases that can be accessed by health-care providers working with patients; <br>and (i) Patient privacy protection as required by federal and state law. (2) The board shall present business plans that include specific budget items developed pursuant to subsection (1) of this section to the Interim Joint Committee on <br>Appropriations and Revenue and the Interim Joint Committee on Health and <br>Welfare of the General Assembly prior to initial expenditure of any funds relating to <br>implementation of the business plans and shall provide updates annually or upon <br>request of the General Assembly. The board shall make business plans available to <br>any interested party upon request. Page 2 of 2 (3) (a) The board may create a public or nonprofit corporation to facilitate public-private collaboration in development and implementation of the KCDI. (b) A public or nonprofit organization may receive and expend funds appropriated by the General Assembly and may solicit, apply for, and receive any funds, <br>grants, contracts, contributions, property, or services from any person, <br>governmental agency, or other organization to carry out the responsibilities <br>given to it by the KCDI Board. (c) Funds appropriated to a public or nonprofit corporation shall not lapse at the end of a state fiscal year and shall be used solely for the purposes for which <br>the funds were appropriated. (d) A public or nonprofit corporation created under this subsection shall: 1. Follow standard accounting practices; 2. Submit to an annual financial audit by an independent auditor; 3. Submit a quarterly report of receipts and expenditures to the secretary of <br>the Cabinet for Health and Family Services and the KCDI board no later <br>than sixty (60) days after the end of a quarter; and 4. Submit an annual financial and progress report to the Governor, the <br>secretary of the Finance and Administration Cabinet, and the Interim <br>Joint Committees on Appropriations and Revenue and Health and <br>Welfare by September 30 following the end of each state fiscal year. The <br>annual report shall include a report of receipts and expenditures, the <br>financial audit, and a report on the status and progress of the <br>corporation's initiatives. Effective: July 15, 2008 <br>History: Amended 2008 Ky. Acts ch. 98, sec. 12, effective July 15, 2008; and ch. 113, sec. 15, effective July 15, 2008. -- Created 2007 Ky. Acts ch. 126, sec. 3, effective <br>June 26, 2007. Legislative Research Commission Note (7/15/2008). This section was amended by 2008 Ky. Acts chs. 98 and 113, which do not appear to be in conflict and have been <br>codified together.

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Page 1 of 2 211.482 Business plans and benchmark measures -- Presentation of plans to Interim Joint Committees -- Updates to be provided -- Public-private <br>collaboration. (1) The KCDI board shall establish goals and business plans for one (1), three (3), five (5), and ten (10) year time periods that include but are not limited to benchmark <br>measures on: <br>(a) Outreach, including identification of Kentuckians who are at high risk for cardiovascular disease utilizing allied health programs in postsecondary <br>institutions, the resources of community-based physicians, and local health <br>departments; (b) Education on lifestyle modifications to prevent cardiovascular disease; <br>(c) Early identification, including identification of target populations for hypertension, cholesterol, diabetes, and other at-risk histories utilizing a <br>statewide data repository; (d) Education, including the development and implementation of educational curricula and public awareness materials that address different target <br>populations, such as age groups, gender, and identified occupational groups, <br>and include distinctions for rural and urban populations; (e) Follow-up strategies for identified at-risk Kentuckians, including disease management protocols utilizing a statewide data repository and the allied <br>health programs in postsecondary institutions, the resources of community-<br>based physicians, and local health departments; (f) Improving access to health care for at-risk and identified patient population and improving access to best practices for health-care providers, including <br>utilization of an Internet-based e-health system; (g) Basic, clinical, and translational research on cardiovascular disease and its treatment; (h) Commercialization of intellectual property to create profitable new businesses, as well as the development of an Internet-based data repository <br>and e-health program established at Kentucky Innovation and <br>Commercialization Centers affiliated with comprehensive universities, in <br>accordance with KRS 154.12-300 to 154.12-310, on cardiovascular and other <br>diseases that can be accessed by health-care providers working with patients; <br>and (i) Patient privacy protection as required by federal and state law. (2) The board shall present business plans that include specific budget items developed pursuant to subsection (1) of this section to the Interim Joint Committee on <br>Appropriations and Revenue and the Interim Joint Committee on Health and <br>Welfare of the General Assembly prior to initial expenditure of any funds relating to <br>implementation of the business plans and shall provide updates annually or upon <br>request of the General Assembly. The board shall make business plans available to <br>any interested party upon request. Page 2 of 2 (3) (a) The board may create a public or nonprofit corporation to facilitate public-private collaboration in development and implementation of the KCDI. (b) A public or nonprofit organization may receive and expend funds appropriated by the General Assembly and may solicit, apply for, and receive any funds, <br>grants, contracts, contributions, property, or services from any person, <br>governmental agency, or other organization to carry out the responsibilities <br>given to it by the KCDI Board. (c) Funds appropriated to a public or nonprofit corporation shall not lapse at the end of a state fiscal year and shall be used solely for the purposes for which <br>the funds were appropriated. (d) A public or nonprofit corporation created under this subsection shall: 1. Follow standard accounting practices; 2. Submit to an annual financial audit by an independent auditor; 3. Submit a quarterly report of receipts and expenditures to the secretary of <br>the Cabinet for Health and Family Services and the KCDI board no later <br>than sixty (60) days after the end of a quarter; and 4. Submit an annual financial and progress report to the Governor, the <br>secretary of the Finance and Administration Cabinet, and the Interim <br>Joint Committees on Appropriations and Revenue and Health and <br>Welfare by September 30 following the end of each state fiscal year. The <br>annual report shall include a report of receipts and expenditures, the <br>financial audit, and a report on the status and progress of the <br>corporation's initiatives. Effective: July 15, 2008 <br>History: Amended 2008 Ky. Acts ch. 98, sec. 12, effective July 15, 2008; and ch. 113, sec. 15, effective July 15, 2008. -- Created 2007 Ky. Acts ch. 126, sec. 3, effective <br>June 26, 2007. Legislative Research Commission Note (7/15/2008). This section was amended by 2008 Ky. Acts chs. 98 and 113, which do not appear to be in conflict and have been <br>codified together.

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