CON- Certificate of Need
Laws" [accessed on September 14, 2016].
If Sigman's office determines the merger requires Certificate of Need
review, that process is likely to take five or six months, she said.
We feel like they overlooked a lot of important issues to grant the certificate of need
In addition to the new hospital, PeaceHealth had state permission to continue operating its Hilyard campus under the existing license, with two conditions: Only one campus could have an emergency room, and the bed total at both facilities couldn't exceed the 442 allowed under the current certificate of need
435, would define healthcare facilities to include assisted living, thus requiring a certificate of need
for assisted living in that state.
In addition, Indiana lacks a certificate of need
for both inpatient and outpatient facility development which subjects all providers to increased competitive risks from physicians, developers and providers.
Jana Fussell, certificate of need
coordinator for the Oregon Department of Human Services, must wish she could channel Solomon as she struggles with complex questions about the fair distribution of local hospital services.
Certificate of Need
and Medicaid contracts), and the fact that nursing homes are the lowest-cost provider of many healthcare services and have historically managed cost under a reimbursement environment that has required cost containment.
This risk highlighted by Knox's high dependence on its top ten admitting physicians and the lack of a state certificate of need
3) Oregon's hospital siting rules limit the number of beds that can be added to a new facility without completing a new certificate of need
to demonstrate that the expansion isn't a duplication of services.
Another area of state-by-state variation is the certificate of need
The proposed partners are applying for a Certificate of Need
(CON) through the state of Illinois and would begin construction of the new hospital following CON approval, as well as necessary licensure through the Illinois Department of Health.
At issue is a proposed change to the state's Certificate of Need
rules that govern where hospitals can locate.
the nursing home that has carved out a true, and recognized, niche in its market; the facility with a reputation as a cost-effective provider; or the nursing home that is either in a certificate of need
state or has a special market position (such as a significant private pay base).
2 million and recently was awarded a Certificate of Need
for an additional 32 beds, which will make it the largest inpatient psychiatric facility in the state when the expansion is completed in the second half of 2007.