On April 16, 2015, the
Office of Health Care Access received a request for a CON Modification from
MidState Medical Center and The Hospital of Central Connecticut. The request is
to modify OHCA’s decision rendered under Docket Number 12-31775-CON. To review
the information please click here: DN: 15-31991-MDF.
On April 13, 2015,
Stamford Hospital submitted a Certificate of Need application for the
acquisition of a CT scanner to be located in the new Emergency Department on the
main campus. The application was assigned docket number 15-31990-CON.
On April 8, 2015,
Charlotte Hungerford Hospital submitted a Certificate of Need application for
the acquisition of a CT scanner for the Hungerford Emergency and Medical Care
Center in Winsted. The application was assigned docket number 15-31989-CON.
On April 2,
2015, Walden Behavioral Care, LLC submitted a Certificate of Need application to
establish an outpatient clinic, in Guilford, to treat eating disorders in male
and female adults and adolescents. The application was assigned docket number
Care Trend Analysis - This document provides an analysis on the trending of
Acute Care Hospitals’ Uncompensated Care Costs (Charity Care and Bad Debts),
Uncompensated Care Costs as a percent of Net Patient Service Revenue and
Uninsured Discharges as a percent of Total Discharges for the fiscal years 2011
NEW!!! Certificate of Need (CON) application
forms have been revised/reformatted and are now available for use, effective
March 10, 2015. The new forms and further instruction on their use can be found
at OHCA Forms.
Health Care Facilities and Services Plan 2014 Supplement. This Plan is
intended to be a blueprint for health care delivery in Connecticut, serving as a
resource guide for health care facilities and services planning. While the 2012
Plan focused on standards, guidelines and methodologies related to Certificate
of Need (CON) regulation, this Plan focuses on the unmet health care need of
vulnerable and at-risk populations and the alignment of public health and health
care initiatives that aim to address these needs.
NEW!!! Hospital Quality
and Utilization ( CTMONAHRQ ) - provides information about hospital quality
ratings, costs and charges, avoidable hospitalization, and county rates of
conditions and procedures.