American Health Planning Association (AHPA) certificate of need

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American Health Planning Association (AHPA) certificate of need

The American Health designing Association is a non-profit public interest organization committed to health policies and practices that promote equal access health care at an affordable value. AHPA brings together individuals and organizations interested in the supply, affordability and just distribution of health services. AHPA supports community participation in health policy formulation and in the organization and operation of native health services. AHPA believes that the general public interest and the nation's health require. Development of health systems based on the identified needs of the populations. Involvement of shoppers, payers, and suppliers in the public method that establishes community want, sets priorities, plans services, allocates resources, and monitors service delivery and creating available the health information and knowledge, and related analyses, needed to assess individual and community health and therefore the functioning of the health care system. AHPA was established in 1973

Certificate of Need: Health services policymakers have used certificate of need (CON) regulation to help form the health care system for over 3 decades. The principle for imposing market entry controls is that regulation, grounded in community-based designing, will result in more appropriate allocation and distribution of health care resources and, thereby, facilitate assure access to worry, maintain or improve quality, and help control health care capital spending. The scope and focus of these programs vary considerably. States maintain CON programs to attain a number of health policy goals. These goals differ somewhat from state to state, and from one health service to a different, but all CON regulation and related designing are intended to compensate for observed or predictable health care market deficiencies. Historically, the overriding consideration has been to promote access, ensure quality, and help control prices by limiting market entry to those facilities and services that are found to be required, appropriately sponsored, and designed to promote quality and equitable access to care. Each state CON program implicitly incorporates these principles by predicating certification of regulated services on the basis of community or public need.

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