Health Care Stabilization Fund Feasibility Board
The Missouri Health Care Stabilization Fund Feasibility Board (HCSFFB) is a 10-member board established by the General Assembly in 2006. As specified in Section 383.250 RSMo, the primary duty of the board is to determine whether a health care stabilization fund should be established in Missouri to provide excess medical malpractice insurance coverage for health care providers. The statute directs the board to develop a comprehensive study detailing whether such a fund is feasible within the state (or specified geographic regions of the state) or whether a fund would be feasible for specified medical specialties. If the board determines a fund is reasonable, its report is to recommend how the fund should be structured, designed and funded.
The board met quarterly and released a report at the end of each calendar year. Below meeting minutes and year-end reports. The board issued its final report at the end of 2010.
Initial meetings were held by a joint committee of the General Assembly in 2005. Click here for more on the activities of the joint committee.