SPOTLIGHT: CON rules not all bad

Many healthcare providers chafe at the restraints imposed by Certificate of Need (CON) laws, which force them to prove that services are needed before they can bring them to market. But this doctor argues that CON requirements serve as an important check on healthcare prices--while leveling the playing field between specialty facilities and hospitals. Column

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