Byline: Saul Hubbard The Register-Guard State health officials are set to grant a certificate of need for the proposed psychiatric hospital in Junction City, thereby allowing the project to clear another bureaucratic hurdle.
What does CON stand for?
CON stands for Certificate Of Need (healthcare)
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Since 1972, Michigan law has required certain health service facilities to obtain a Certificate of Need ("CON") prior to either expanding the number of beds in a facility or constructing a wholly new facility.
A proposed expansion to the Waste Management landfill in Tontitown moved forward recently when Arkansas Department of Environmental Quality Interim Director Richard Weiss approved the certificate of need for expansion.
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.
The merger will require approval from several regulatory agencies, including the Washington Department of Health's Certificate of Need program.
Another area of state-by-state variation is the certificate of need (CON) requirement.
This expansion was made possible through the acquisition of a Certificate of Need for the Greensboro market when the Company acquired CareServices of Greensboro in January 1993.
A State certificate of need approval is also generally required in order to provide a privately-owned and operated hospital or nursing home.