Nevada Public Health and Safety
Sec. § 439.529
Administration; duties of Director; use of other programs; prohibition against commingling of money; money for program to be accounted for separately.


1.

The Department may, to the extent that money is available, administer a program pursuant to 42 U.S.C. 300ff-21 et seq. to provide therapeutics to treat certain persons who have been diagnosed with the human immunodeficiency virus or acquired immunodeficiency syndrome and to prevent the serious deterioration of the health of such persons. The program may include the provision of subsidies and pharmaceutical services.

2.

The Director shall:

(a)

Establish the criteria for eligibility for participation in the program administered pursuant to this section, which must be in accordance with the provisions of 42 U.S.C. 300ff-21 et seq.; and

(b)

Prescribe the manner in which the program will be administered and services will be provided.

3.

The Department may use any other program administered by the Department to facilitate the provision of subsidies and services pursuant to this section, including, without limitation, the provision of subsidies for pharmaceutical services to persons with disabilities pursuant to NRS 439.705 to 439.795, inclusive. If the Department uses another program to facilitate the provision of subsidies and services pursuant to this section, the Department shall not commingle the money available to carry out the provisions of this section and the money available to carry out the other program.

4.

Money available to carry out the provisions of this section must be accounted for separately by the Department.
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