The main thrust seems to be getting States to provide more information about who is being adjudicated as mentally ill. They are looking for ways around HIPPA.
I have a concern: Records that someone has been adjudicated as mentally ill should not be medical records protected under HIPPA. A doctor's individual judgment that his patient is mentally ill is. I have no problem with the former being reportable (as long as due process was followed, including competent representation for the "accused"). The latter, however, is private information that is no one's business until and unless there has been a proceeding for the former, in which case the privacy may be broken, if need be in the eyes of the court, by that court.
No one should be deprived of life, Liberty, or property without due process of law. Removal of the RKBA without a lawful hearing in which the "accused" is properly represented and can face his accusers would be a denial of Liberty (and likely property also) without due process of law.