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The N.C. Court of Appeals will not reconsider a New Bern eye surgeon's lawsuit challenging state certificate-of-need restrictions.
The N.C. Court of Appeals will not reconsider a New Bern eye surgeon's lawsuit challenging state certificate-of-need restrictions.
 
A New Bern eye surgeon challenging North Carolina's certificate-of-need law is seeking a rehearing from the N.C. Court of Appeals.
A New Bern eye surgeon challenging North Carolina's certificate-of-need law is seeking a rehearing from the N.C. Court of Appeals.
 
The N.C. Court of Appeals has dismissed a lawsuit challenging North Carolina's certificate-of-need law.
The N.C. Court of Appeals has dismissed a lawsuit challenging North Carolina's certificate-of-need law.
 
A New Bern-based eye surgeon continues his campaign against North Carolina’s certificate-of-need restrictions.
A New Bern-based eye surgeon continues his campaign against North Carolina’s certificate-of-need restrictions.
 
Republican senators are making one last push to ease anti-competitive health-care laws before the legislative session ends.
Republican senators are making one last push to ease anti-competitive health-care laws before the legislative session ends.
 
A push to reform North Carolina’s certificate-of-need restrictions on health providers will make it to the Senate floor.
A push to reform North Carolina’s certificate-of-need restrictions on health providers will make it to the Senate floor.
 
Senators opposing North Carolina’s onerous certificate-of-need laws have no plans to stop pushing reforms.
Senators opposing North Carolina’s onerous certificate-of-need laws have no plans to stop pushing reforms.
 
Much happened in the final hours of the N.C. General Assembly's latest session: some good, some bad, and altogether too much in general for those interested in good government to rest easy. The process used had a worrisome lack of openness and transparency.
Much happened in the final hours of the N.C. General Assembly's latest session: some good, some bad, and altogether too much in general for those interested in good government to rest easy. The process used had a worrisome lack of openness and transparency.
 
Legislators involved with the certificate-of-need debate are probably overwhelmed with conflicting studies on whether the regulatory program should stay, be reduced, or go altogether.
Legislators involved with the certificate-of-need debate are probably overwhelmed with conflicting studies on whether the regulatory program should stay, be reduced, or go altogether.
 
Two reports this week from the John Locke Foundation discuss the costly unintended consequences of state government mandates.
 
North Carolina lawmakers can boost patient choice, put downward pressure on health care costs, and reduce red tape by repealing the state's certificate-of-need law
North Carolina lawmakers can boost patient choice, put downward pressure on health care costs, and reduce red tape by repealing the state's certificate-of-need law
 
North Carolina hospitals argue that dismantling regulations in the state's certificate of need laws would impair their ability to treat indigent patients. A research scholar at George Mason University's Mercatus Center says empirical studies conclude such dire warnings are little more than a...
North Carolina hospitals argue that dismantling regulations in the state's certificate of need laws would impair their ability to treat indigent patients. A research scholar at George Mason University's Mercatus Center says empirical studies conclude such dire warnings are little more than a...
 
The Raleigh Chamber of Commerce recently sponsored a health care breakfast panel with three North Carolina hospital CEOs talking about how competition brings out the best in their health systems. Competition is healthy. Competition is a beautiful thing.
The Raleigh Chamber of Commerce recently sponsored a health care breakfast panel with three North Carolina hospital CEOs talking about how competition brings out the best in their health systems. Competition is healthy. Competition is a beautiful thing.
 
When it comes to reforming our nation's health care system, both ends of the political spectrum point to the "triple aim" - reduce health care costs, improve quality and access, and increase individuals' overall health.
When it comes to reforming our nation's health care system, both ends of the political spectrum point to the "triple aim" - reduce health care costs, improve quality and access, and increase individuals' overall health.
 
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