Vermont Hospitals Face Higher Hurdles for Investment Approvals

McDonald, Michael
March 2002
Bond Buyer;3/20/2002, Vol. 339 Issue 31348, p4
Trade Publication
Reports regulatory obstructions facing Central Vermont Medical Center in the application for a certificate of need for capital projects. Disapproval of the request by the commissioner of the Banking, Insurance, Securities and Health Care Administration; Reduction of services subject to certificates of need; Appeal by the hospital to the Supreme Court.


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