Certificate of Need
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Please review the CON Portal User Guide
To view the status of CONs submitted through the portal, please visit our new reporting site: https://dphconwebportal.ct.gov/Report Opens in a new window Opens in a new window Opens in a new window Opens in a new window Opens in a new window Opens in a new window Opens in a new window Opens in a new window -No registration is required to view CON Status Reports
Any questions, please contact Steven Lazarus or Chris Wyvill at firstname.lastname@example.org or (860) 418-7001
What is a Certificate of Need?
Certificate of Need (CON) is a regulatory governmental program requiring certain types of health care providers to obtain State approval prior to making substantial capital investments in new equipment or facilities, changing bed complement (in hospitals) and adding or sometimes discontinuing a health care service. The CON program is intended to guide the establishment of health facilities and services which best serve public needs, ensure that high quality health services are provided, prevent unnecessary duplication of health care facilities and services and promote cost containment.
What is a CON Determination?
Any person or entity unsure if a proposal requires CON approval, may submit a completed CON Determination Form to OHCA for review. OHCA will respond in writing within a week unless additional information is required to make the determination.
What is a CON Modification?
A person or entity may request a modification to a previously authorized CON, such as a change in the scope of the CON project or CON expiration date, by submitting a completed Modification Form to OHCA. OHCA will review the request and respond in writing.
CON Related Statutes
|When is a CON required?||19a-638 C.G.S.|
|When is a CON Determination required||19a-638(c)(1) C.G.S|
|What are the criteria used to review a CON application?||19a-639 C.G.S.|
|What is the process for a CON application?||19a-639a C.G.S.|
|Who is considered a Health Care Facility for CON purposes?||19a-630 C.G.S.|
C.G.S. => Connecticut General Statute