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A Winston-Salem surgeon thought he had a good legal case against North Carolinaís certificate-of-need law back in July 2018. More than 18 months later, he still thinks so.
A Winston-Salem surgeon thought he had a good legal case against North Carolinaís certificate-of-need law back in July 2018. More than 18 months later, he still thinks so.
 
A doctor suing to overturn restrictions on patient care just won his first victory.
 
Itís illegal for him to treat his patients. By law, he canít get an MRI machine because the hospital down the street already has one.
Itís illegal for him to treat his patients. By law, he canít get an MRI machine because the hospital down the street already has one.
 
Certificate of need reform was one of the bills sacrificed as scrap material for the piecemeal budget.
Certificate of need reform was one of the bills sacrificed as scrap material for the piecemeal budget.
 
Certificate of Need reform could join the other health-care issues that are ensnared in the fight over the budget veto override and Medicaid expansion.
Certificate of Need reform could join the other health-care issues that are ensnared in the fight over the budget veto override and Medicaid expansion.
 
A state law thatís supposed to promote N.C. health care could block Wake County residents from accessing superior medical technology.
A state law thatís supposed to promote N.C. health care could block Wake County residents from accessing superior medical technology.
 
By the time it made it through the Senate, the bill to reform Certificate-of-Need laws had lost most of its teeth.
By the time it made it through the Senate, the bill to reform Certificate-of-Need laws had lost most of its teeth.
 
A years-long push to expand competition in the health-care industry passed the Senate Health Committee Monday and soon may reach the Senate floor.
A years-long push to expand competition in the health-care industry passed the Senate Health Committee Monday and soon may reach the Senate floor.
 
Legislative opponents of certificate of need laws are confident. This may be the year they prevail against the restrictive health-care regulations.
Legislative opponents of certificate of need laws are confident. This may be the year they prevail against the restrictive health-care regulations.
 
Texas did it in 1985. California did it in 1987. Pennsylvania did it in 1996. New Hampshire did it in 2016. Florida did it in 2019.
Texas did it in 1985. California did it in 1987. Pennsylvania did it in 1996. New Hampshire did it in 2016. Florida did it in 2019.
 
A bipartisan group of House members hopes to break a regulatory chokehold on surgical facilities.
A bipartisan group of House members hopes to break a regulatory chokehold on surgical facilities.
 
Nothing in the U.S. Constitution implies a hierarchy among rights. Nevertheless, the federal courts have insisted on relegating economic rights to second-class status
Nothing in the U.S. Constitution implies a hierarchy among rights. Nevertheless, the federal courts have insisted on relegating economic rights to second-class status
 
A North Carolina doctor filed a lawsuit Monday in North Carolina Superior Court to overturn the state's Certificate of Need (CON) laws
A North Carolina doctor filed a lawsuit Monday in North Carolina Superior Court to overturn the state's Certificate of Need (CON) laws
 
What can lawmakers consider during the 2018 short session? Not everything, because of limits imposed by the long session Adjournment Resolution
What can lawmakers consider during the 2018 short session? Not everything, because of limits imposed by the long session Adjournment Resolution
 
North Carolina could be home to one of the largest hospital behemoths in the nation if UNC Health Care and Carolinas HealthCare System finalize their partnership agreement. On a combined $14 billion operating budget, the two systems manage 50 hospitals and employ 90,000 people.
North Carolina could be home to one of the largest hospital behemoths in the nation if UNC Health Care and Carolinas HealthCare System finalize their partnership agreement. On a combined $14 billion operating budget, the two systems manage 50 hospitals and employ 90,000 people.
 
Republicans' failure to repeal and replace Obamacare leaves the fate of free-market health reforms unclear
Republicans' failure to repeal and replace Obamacare leaves the fate of free-market health reforms unclear
 
A typical North Carolina medical patient would save nearly $300 a year and have more competitive options for lower-cost treatment if outdated regulations didn't exist, research shows
A typical North Carolina medical patient would save nearly $300 a year and have more competitive options for lower-cost treatment if outdated regulations didn't exist, research shows
 
Round one of this year's legislative session is over. But they'll be back
 
Certificate-of-need reforms were left out of the final budget compromise passed by the General Assembly
Certificate-of-need reforms were left out of the final budget compromise passed by the General Assembly
 
Patients deserve better access to both life-saving and life-preserving health-care treatments
Patients deserve better access to both life-saving and life-preserving health-care treatments
 
The battle to preserve the state's certificate-of-need laws is about to get personal
 
One item in Senate's $22.9 billion spending plan isn't budgeted to cost the state a penny, with advocates arguing it will reduce government bureaucracy and improve access to medical services
One item in Senate's $22.9 billion spending plan isn't budgeted to cost the state a penny, with advocates arguing it will reduce government bureaucracy and improve access to medical services
 
Robert Graboyes' 93-year-old mother had a phone and an iPad, and she knew how to use them
 
The push to reform North Carolina's certificate-of-need laws that limit entry into the state's health care market will continue in the upcoming session, state senators say
The push to reform North Carolina's certificate-of-need laws that limit entry into the state's health care market will continue in the upcoming session, state senators say
 
Hospital patients die at higher rates from some common maladies in states that require providers to obtain a certificate of need for certain medical services, a new study concluded
Hospital patients die at higher rates from some common maladies in states that require providers to obtain a certificate of need for certain medical services, a new study concluded
 
The Department of Health and Human Services is seeking repeal of six unnecessary certificate-of-need rules to reduce the regulatory burden on medical diagnostic centers and purchase of major medical equipment
The Department of Health and Human Services is seeking repeal of six unnecessary certificate-of-need rules to reduce the regulatory burden on medical diagnostic centers and purchase of major medical equipment
 
The Republican-led General Assembly in the just-ended 2016 short session maintained spending restraint, created and enlarged fiscal safeguards in case of an economic downturn, granted more income tax relief
The Republican-led General Assembly in the just-ended 2016 short session maintained spending restraint, created and enlarged fiscal safeguards in case of an economic downturn, granted more income tax relief
 
Budget writers working on the state's 2016-17 spending plan received the OK to increase the amount of money to open new psychiatric beds around the state from $12 million to $18 million, using proceeds from the sale of the Dorothea Dix campus in Raleigh, while eliminating a controversial regulation.
Budget writers working on the state's 2016-17 spending plan received the OK to increase the amount of money to open new psychiatric beds around the state from $12 million to $18 million, using proceeds from the sale of the Dorothea Dix campus in Raleigh, while eliminating a controversial regulation.
 
The state Senate on Monday approved its version of regulation reform on a mostly party-line 30-15 vote.
The state Senate on Monday approved its version of regulation reform on a mostly party-line 30-15 vote.
 
State Sen. Ralph Hise, R-Mitchell, said the state's certificate-of-need law, a major regulatory barrier to reducing costs and competition in health care, would be repealed under a bill working its way through the Senate Health Care Committee
State Sen. Ralph Hise, R-Mitchell, said the state's certificate-of-need law, a major regulatory barrier to reducing costs and competition in health care, would be repealed under a bill working its way through the Senate Health Care Committee
 
The N.C. Supreme Court on Friday handed hundreds of property owners in highway corridors a victory by ruling unanimously that restrictions placed on landowners by the state's Map Act amounted to a use of eminent domain requiring just compensation
The N.C. Supreme Court on Friday handed hundreds of property owners in highway corridors a victory by ruling unanimously that restrictions placed on landowners by the state's Map Act amounted to a use of eminent domain requiring just compensation
 
Many view regulations as a nuisance to life in this country, or an outright infringement on our rights. These people are clearly delusional
Many view regulations as a nuisance to life in this country, or an outright infringement on our rights. These people are clearly delusional
 
Last week, the House passed their proposed $22.225 billion state budget, and we in the Senate have already begun meeting and crafting our version of the budget
Last week, the House passed their proposed $22.225 billion state budget, and we in the Senate have already begun meeting and crafting our version of the budget
 
It's pretty messed up what North Carolina hospitals have to go through just to be able to own an MRI machine
It's pretty messed up what North Carolina hospitals have to go through just to be able to own an MRI machine
 
A petition to ease restrictions on MRI machine ownership for community hospitals was struck down Wednesday by the State Health Coordinating Council's Technology and Equipment Committee, a division of the the North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services
A petition to ease restrictions on MRI machine ownership for community hospitals was struck down Wednesday by the State Health Coordinating Council's Technology and Equipment Committee, a division of the the North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services
 
Governor McCrory signed Senate Bill 698 (Legacy Medical Care Facility/CON Exempt) into law on October 28, 2015.
 
We hear a lot of lip service from Republicans in Raleigh about the beauty of the free market.
We hear a lot of lip service from Republicans in Raleigh about the beauty of the free market.
 
In the series "Cut This, Go Home," several items that should have been eliminated from the budget were highlighted to facilitate the budget's passage and to enable legislators to go home sooner.
In the series "Cut This, Go Home," several items that should have been eliminated from the budget were highlighted to facilitate the budget's passage and to enable legislators to go home sooner.
 
Health care policy decisions usually come as federal dictates, so it's a rare opportunity when state legislators have full authority to grant North Carolinians more freedom over their health care options.
Health care policy decisions usually come as federal dictates, so it's a rare opportunity when state legislators have full authority to grant North Carolinians more freedom over their health care options.
 
A ruling by the Texas Supreme Court earlier this summer striking down an occupational licensing requirement has raised hopes that other states, including North Carolina, will move to ease job licensing restrictions.
A ruling by the Texas Supreme Court earlier this summer striking down an occupational licensing requirement has raised hopes that other states, including North Carolina, will move to ease job licensing restrictions.
 
Legislators involved with the Certificate of Need (CON) debate are probably overwhelmed with conflicting studies on whether the regulatory program should stay, be reduced, or go altogether.
Legislators involved with the Certificate of Need (CON) debate are probably overwhelmed with conflicting studies on whether the regulatory program should stay, be reduced, or go altogether.
 
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