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HB 1010 – Mississippi
Introduced: 2021    Status: Inactive / Dead    
An Act To Amend Sections 41-9-301 Through 41-9-307, 41-9-309 And 41-9-311, Mississippi Code Of 1972, To Amend The Rural Health Availability Act To Expand Its Application To Include All Hospitals In The State; To Change …

HB 1544 – Virginia
Introduced: 2017    Status: Enacted    
Provides that in cases in which a certificate holder holds more than one certificate of public need with conditions, and the certificate holder is unable to satisfy the conditions of one certificate, the Department of …

HB 2101 – Virginia
Introduced: 2017    Status: Enacted    
Defines “charity care” and “bad debt” as used in the context of certificate of public need, establishes a uniform framework for determining the value of charity care provided, and requires health care providers to report …

HB 3301 (see companion bill SB 1529) – Texas
Introduced: 2019    Status: Enacted    
Relating to merger agreements among certain hospitals; imposing fees.

HB 489 – Montana
Introduced: 2019    Status: Enacted     Year Enacted: 2019
Repeal certificate of public advantage: An act repealing the laws related to certificates of public advantage; and repealing sections 50-4-601, 50-4-602, 50-4-603, 50-4-604, 50-4-605, 50-4-609, 50-4-610, 50-4-611, 50-4-612, 50-4-621, and 50-4-622, mca.

Idaho Code Ann. §§ 39-4901 through 4904: Health Planning Act – Idaho
Status: Enacted     Year Enacted: 1994
Permits the state attorney general to authorize cooperative agreements between health care providers by issuing a certificate of public advantage if the “likely benefits resulting from the agreements outweigh the disadvantages attributable to a reduction …
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Kan. Stat. Ann. §§ 65-4955 through 4961: Health Care Provider Cooperation – Kansas
Status: Enacted     Year Enacted: 1994
A health care provider may negotiate and enter into cooperative agreements with other health care providers in the state if the likely benefits resulting from the agreements outweigh any disadvantages attributable to a reduction in …
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La. Rev. Stat. Ann. §§ 40:2254.1 through 40:2254.12: Certificates of Public Advantage – Louisiana
Status: Enacted     Year Enacted: 1997
Statutes govern certificates of public advantage. Statutes allow health care facilities to enter into cooperative agreements or merge or consolidate with one or more health care facilities and parties to a cooperative agreement, merger, joint …
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Me. Stat. tit. 22, §§ 1841 through 1852: Hospital and Health Care Provider Cooperation Act – Maine
Status: Enacted     Year Enacted: 2005
The Hospital and Health Care Provider Cooperation Act, supports cooperation among providers, provides for the issuance of certificates of public advantage, and provides an exemption from federal antitrust scrutiny (under the state action doctrine). The …
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Miss. Code Ann. §§ 41-9-301 through 41-9-311: Rural Health Availability Act – Mississippi
Status: Enacted     Year Enacted: 2004
Provides cooperative agreements among rural hospitals would improve the availability and quality of health care for Mississippians in rural areas and enhance the likelihood that rural hospitals can remain open. A rural hospital and any …
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Neb. Rev. Stat. §§ 71-7701 through 71-7711: Health Care Facility-Provider Cooperation Act – Nebraska
Status: Enacted     Year Enacted: 1994
Provisions governing the application for a certificate or public advantage. Parties in the cooperative agreement are immune from antitrust suits if the basis of the complaint stems from conduct reasonably necessary and foreseeable to carry …
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Or. Rev. Stat. § 442.700. Definitions: Health Planning – Cooperative Program on Heart and Kidney Transplants – Oregon
Status: Enacted     Year Enacted: 1993
Definition section for Cooperative Program on Heart and Kidney Transplants.
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Or. Rev. Stat. § 442.705. Legislative findings and declarations; supervision of program: Health Planning – Cooperative Program on Heart and Kidney Transplants – Oregon
Status: Enacted     Year Enacted: 1993
The Legislative Assembly finds that direct competition among health care providers in the field of heart and kidney transplant services may not result in the most cost efficient and least expensive transplant services for the …
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Or. Rev. Stat. § 442.710. Application for approval of cooperative program; form; content; review; modification; order: Health Planning – Cooperative Program on Heart and Kidney Transplants – Oregon
Status: Enacted     Year Enacted: 1993
The Oregon Health and Science University and one or more entities, each of which operates at least three hospitals in a single urban area in this state, may apply to the Director of the Oregon …
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Or. Rev. Stat. § 442.715. Authorized practices under approved cooperative program: Health Planning –  Cooperative Program on Heart and Kidney Transplants – Oregon
Status: Enacted     Year Enacted: 1993
Health care providers providing heart and kidney transplant services through a cooperative program approved under ORS 442.700 to 442.760 may engage in certain practices outlined. See definition section Or. Rev. Stat. § 442.700.
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Or. Rev. Stat. § 442.720. Board of governors: Health Planning – Cooperative Program on Heart and Kidney Transplants – Oregon
Status: Enacted     Year Enacted: 1993
If the Director of the Oregon Health Authority issues an order approving an application for a cooperative program under ORS 442.710, the director shall establish a board of governors to govern the cooperative program. See …
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