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DEA Rules On Disposal of Controlled Substances - What's Up? - EndNotes February 2015

Questions remain about the U.S. Drug enforcement agency’s rules on secure disposal of controlled substances and exactly how they will be implemented with regard to the disposal of controlled substances by hospice personnel...more

Gear Up for Increased CMS Scrutiny of Hospice Services for Assisted Living Facility Residents - EndNotes February 2015

A recent study issued by the evaluation and policy division of the U.S. DHHS Office of Inspector General (OIG) indicates that hospices can expect increased scrutiny regarding the services they provide to assisted living...more

End Notes Newsletter February 2015 - News for North Carolina’s Hospice and Palliative Care Community

In this issue: - Gear Up for Increased CMS Scrutiny of Hospice Services for Assisted Living Facility Residents - Happy New Year from the DC District Court - Companionship Exemption Lives On!! - DEA Rules On...more

What Is “Past Quality of Care” in a CON Review?

A recent certificate of need (CON) decision has muddied the waters further on the question of what constitutes past quality of care in a CON review. The case involved the Certificate of Need Section’s (CON Section or Agency)...more

Shorts on Long Term Care - December 2013

In this issue - - New Online End-of-Life Planning Tool Now Available to NC Citizens and Health Care Providers - And the World Goes 'Round - What Is “Past Quality of Care” in a CON Review? - CMS Issues New...more

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Recent Nursing Facility CON Decision Creates Controversy - What Is “Past Quality of Care” in a CON Review?

A recent decision in the Wake County nursing facility certificate of need (CON) case includes a new take on quality of care in the CON context that might well impact future applications and reviews. The case arose from...more

Court Rejects Novant’s Challenge to CON Policy AC-3 for Academic Medical Centers

The North Carolina Court of Appeals recently affirmed a final agency decision to award a CON for a new ambulatory surgical facility to North Carolina Baptist Hospital (Baptist Hospital), on the basis that the petitioners...more

N.C. Court of Appeals Weighs In on Key CON Litigation Issues

The North Carolina Court of Appeals recently made clear that a certificate of need (CON) applicant’s submission of additional information after its application has been filed does not constitute a forbidden amendment unless...more

Corridors: News for North Carolina Hospitals - Winter 2012

In this issue: - Proposed Affordable Care Act Regulations are Designed to Encourage Participation in Wellness Programs - Proposed Rules Implementing Affordable Care Act Rules Prohibit Discrimination by Health...more

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