Demonstration projects are authorized to increase immunization rates, especially among high risk projects. The Comptroller General is to analyze Medicare Part D data to ensure that seniors are gaining access to needed immunizations.
–Menu items in chain stores (20 or more locations) must contain the calorie content next to the name on the menu board, including drive-in menu board. A succinct statement concerning suggested daily caloric intake should also be included. Likewise, a person who owns or operates 20 vending machines will have to list the caloric intake at the point of purchase, such as on the selection button. The HHS Secretary will create regulations for these within 12 months of enactment.
–A Demonstration Project is authorized for providing individualized wellness plans for at-risk populations who utilize community health centers. This can include nutritional counseling, physical activity plan, alcohol and smoking cessation counseling and services, stress management, dietary supplements, and compliance assistance. Risk factors include weight, tobacco and alcohol use, exercise rates, nutritional status, and blood pressure.
–Companies with 50 or more employees are to provide a breastfeeding room other than a bathroom for a mom to express her milk for up to one year after the birth of her child. She is to be given a reasonable break time each time she needs to express her milk.
–The HHS Secretary shall coordinate research and make sure data is kept in demographically sensitive ways.