certificate of public advantage Articles
Released today, audits from the past 5 years show Mission Health has complied fully with regulations outlined in the state-issued Certificate of Public Advantage. Issued by the state in 1995, the COPA allowed Mission to merge with St. Josephs Hospital — if Mission agreed to state regulation. Voluntarily, Mission agreed and has been in the agreement ever since. However, earlier this year, Mission Health urged the House Select Committee on the Certificate of Need Process and Hospital Issues to reconsider.
During a 10 a.m. hearing in the North Carolina General Assembly this morning, the N.C. House Select Committee on CON and other Hospital Related Issues announced that they are not recommending any changes to Mission's Certificate of Public Advantage at this time. Recently, the committee had made a series of five recommendations. However, the committee decided not to adopt any of them at this time. Here is the full release from Mission Health.
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