New Jersey Revised Statutes § 30:4d-18 - Reporting And Oversight

30:4D-18. Reporting and oversight
The commissioner shall report to the Governor and the Legislature, at least once each year, which report shall include a summary of its activities for the preceding year and any recommendations or suggestions for legislative consideration.

The commissioner shall meet at least once a year with representatives of the statewide recognized professional societies of each of the providers of all of the medical services for the purpose of hearing suggestions on a continuing basis for the improvement of the administration and operation of this act, the commissioner shall report these suggestions to the Governor and the Legislature.

The Legislature through the Senate and Assembly Standing Committees on Institutions and Welfare shall review, on a continuous basis, the development, administration and operation of the program provided for in this act. To facilitate this review and oversight, the commissioner shall submit to the committees the report provided for above, the report of the department's program for the progressive implementation of Medicaid in New Jersey and such other reports as shall be called for by the committees from time to time.

Periodically during a fiscal year and at least 30 days prior to announcing any modification of eligibility requirements under a categorical program, the Commissioner of Institutions and Agencies shall specially report to the Senate and Assembly standing committees on Institutions and Welfare, outlining in detail the proposed modifications, including estimates of the impact on the case loads and costs as to the program directly affected and on other categorical programs.

L.1968, c. 413, s. 18.

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