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A unanimous three-judge panel of the N.C. Court of Appeals has affirmed the state’s decision to award InSight Health Corp. a certificate of need for a mobile PET/CT scanner.
A unanimous three-judge panel of the N.C. Court of Appeals has affirmed the state’s decision to award InSight Health Corp. a certificate of need for a mobile PET/CT scanner.
 
At least one judge considering the latest certificate-of-need case at the N.C. Court of Appeals sees a key problem with the state’s CON law.
At least one judge considering the latest certificate-of-need case at the N.C. Court of Appeals sees a key problem with the state’s CON law.
 
Cases involving a high-profile political activist and a controversial state medical regulation await the N.C. Court of Appeals as it returns to regular in-person hearings this week.
Cases involving a high-profile political activist and a controversial state medical regulation await the N.C. Court of Appeals as it returns to regular in-person hearings this week.
 
My research brief today answers nine questions about the remarkably “unremarkable” Certificate of Need (CON) law case just decided in the N.C. Court of Appeals.
My research brief today answers nine questions about the remarkably “unremarkable” Certificate of Need (CON) law case just decided in the N.C. Court of Appeals.
 
The purpose of the certificate-of-need law, according to the state health department, is to restrict “unnecessary cost increases” and “limit unnecessary services” in health care across the state.
The purpose of the certificate-of-need law, according to the state health department, is to restrict “unnecessary cost increases” and “limit unnecessary services” in health care across the state.
 
A Durham County Superior Court judge has dismissed a New Bern eye surgeon’s lawsuit challenging the state’s certificate-of-need law.
A Durham County Superior Court judge has dismissed a New Bern eye surgeon’s lawsuit challenging the state’s certificate-of-need law.
 
Legislation introduced this week would decrease healthcare costs and increase access to medical care for North Carolinians, by eliminating our backwards and restrictive Certificate of Need (CON) laws.
Legislation introduced this week would decrease healthcare costs and increase access to medical care for North Carolinians, by eliminating our backwards and restrictive Certificate of Need (CON) laws.
 
Certificate of Need laws give the state control of medical resources.
 
Certificate of Need laws have ruined governors and exiled the wealthy and the powerful to federal prison.
Certificate of Need laws have ruined governors and exiled the wealthy and the powerful to federal prison.
 
Dr. Bruce Schroeder couldn’t give the best treatment to women with breast cancer. State regulations blocked him from buying up-to-date mammogram machines.
Dr. Bruce Schroeder couldn’t give the best treatment to women with breast cancer. State regulations blocked him from buying up-to-date mammogram machines.
 
A surgeon’s challenge to make health care more affordable for his patients is another casualty of the coronavirus.
A surgeon’s challenge to make health care more affordable for his patients is another casualty of the coronavirus.
 
North Carolina has decided to waive Certificate-of-Need (CON) restrictions on hospital beds in response to the Coronavirus outbreak.
North Carolina has decided to waive Certificate-of-Need (CON) restrictions on hospital beds in response to the Coronavirus outbreak.
 
Legislators are looking at a controversial reform to lower patients’ medical bills for surgery in North Carolina.
Legislators are looking at a controversial reform to lower patients’ medical bills for surgery in North Carolina.
 
A surgeon fighting state restrictions on medical equipment lost a court battle Friday, Jan. 9, when Superior Court Judge Gregory McGuire dismissed his specific complaints and sent his broader constitutional challenge before a three-judge panel.
A surgeon fighting state restrictions on medical equipment lost a court battle Friday, Jan. 9, when Superior Court Judge Gregory McGuire dismissed his specific complaints and sent his broader constitutional challenge before a three-judge panel.
 
A Durham orthopedic surgeon argues that the State Health Plan for public employees wastes a quarter-billion dollars annually because North Carolina's certificate-of-need laws force patients to use hospital-based facilities instead of physician-operated outpatient surgery clinics.
A Durham orthopedic surgeon argues that the State Health Plan for public employees wastes a quarter-billion dollars annually because North Carolina's certificate-of-need laws force patients to use hospital-based facilities instead of physician-operated outpatient surgery clinics.
 
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