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(a) On or before September 15 of each year, each county program director shall submit a budget update for the subsequent fiscal year that provides the following information:
(1) A summary of the previous year's activity, including the number of children screened, the number of children referred for diagnosis and treatment, by condition, and the cost of screening services.
(2) A summary description of the results of cases in that a treatable disability was identified and referral made.
(3) A projection and cost estimates of the number of children to be screened for the fiscal year for which the budget is being submitted.
(b) The multiyear base community child health and disability prevention plan shall include the following:
(1) An assessment of the adequacy and availability of the facilities and providers to provide health screening diagnostic and treatment services.
(2) A description of the child health and disability prevention program to be offered, including expected participating providers and outreach mechanisms to be utilized.
(3) A summary description of the current year's activity, including the number of children screened, the number of children referred for diagnosis and treatment, by condition, and the cost of screening services.
(4) A description of how existing school health resources, including school health personnel, are to be utilized for outreach and other services.
(5) Budget estimates, including all sources of revenue, for the budget.
(c) On or before September 15 of each year each governing board shall submit an update to the multiyear base community child health and disability prevention plan.
The director shall determine the amount of state funds available for each county for specified services under an approved multiyear base community child health and disability prevention plan, as updated, from state funds appropriated for child health and disability prevention services.
If the amount appropriated in the Budget Act for the fiscal year as enacted into law differs from the amount in the budget submitted by the Governor for the fiscal year, each governing board shall submit an additional revised update in the form and at the time specified by the department.
Notwithstanding any other provision of this article, no new community child health and disability prevention plan shall be submitted by a county until September 15, 1983. Each county plan and budget approved for the 1981-82 fiscal year shall be updated on or before September 15 by the governing body of each county for the 1982-83 and 1983-84 fiscal years pursuant to regulations adopted by the department. On or before September 15, 1983, the governing body of each county shall prepare and submit to the department a multiyear base plan and budget for the 1984-85 fiscal year that shall be annually updated on or before September 15 of each subsequent year pursuant to regulations adopted by the department.
The department shall develop and implement the format and procedures for the preparation and submission of a multiyear base plan update in order for the counties to have sufficient time prior to September 15, 1983, to prepare and submit their multiyear base plan by September 15, 1983.
For the purposes of simplifying and reducing plan requirements, the Legislature intends that the annual update shall not duplicate any of the material in the multiyear base plan, but serve as a progress report both evaluating what has been accomplished over the past year and describing in more detail what will be accomplished in relation to each of the elements in the base plan during the coming year.
Cite this article: FindLaw.com - California Code, Health and Safety Code - HSC § 124060 - last updated January 01, 2019 | https://codes.findlaw.com/ca/health-and-safety-code/hsc-sect-124060/
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