Guidance Regarding the Certificate of Need Process and the State’s Response to COVID-19 Outbreak:
COVID-19 CON Guidance Document 1 - OHS-COVID-19-CON-Guidance_.pdf
COVID-19 CON Guidance Document 2 - OHS COVID-19 CON Guidance Document 2 - 3-20-2020.pdf
COVID-19 CON Guidance Document 3 - OHS COVID-19 CON Guidance Document No. 3
COVID-19 CON Guidance Document 3b - OHS COVID-19 CON Guidance Document 3b
CON COVID-19 Waiver Form - CON COVID-19 Waiver Form 3-20-2020.doc
CON COVID-19 Notification Form - COVID-19 Notification for Hospitals and OSFs
To view COVID-19 CON Waivers, please go to the CON Portal, then look for "CON Waiver" in the "CON Type" Column.
To view COVID-19 CON Notifications, please go to the CON Notifications Portal. Be sure to click on the tab that states "COVID-19 CON Notifications" and set the "Select Filing Year" drop-down box to 2020.
General Statutes §19a-612d, OHS, through its Health Systems Planning
unit, administers the Certificate of Need program—which is a regulatory process
for certain health care transactions, as detailed in C.G.S. §
19a-638, and requires that the office consider elements specified in C.G.S. §
19a-639, monitor the impact of these transactions on the communities impacted.
What is a Certificate of Need?
Certificate of Need (CON) is a regulatory program requiring certain types of health care providers to obtain state approval prior to making major changes in the healthcare landscape such as mergers, substantial capital investments in new equipment or facilities, changing access to services, or discontinuing a medical service.
CON Guidebook for any questions related to Certificate of Need process.
CON Forms contains all the forms required to submit a CON determination, application or modification.
The CON Portal is the home for all documents related to CON applications, which are uploaded in real-time by the applicants and OHS. Documents can be located using the assigned Docket Number or Applicant Name.
Public Hearings are held for many Certificate of Need applications to ensure the residents of Connecticut have an opportunity to weigh in on the healthcare landscape in their cities and towns. Public hearings going back to fall 2018 can be found under “public hearings” on the left navigation bar. Agendas for public hearings will be posted 24 hours prior to the hearing. The hearing transcript and video are posted within 48 hours of the end of the hearing.