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Session Laws, 1996
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PARRIS N. GLENDENING, Governor

Ch. 549

SECTION 4. AND BE IT FURTHER ENACTED, That Section 1 of this Act shall
take effect October 1, 1996.

Approved May 14, 1996.

CHAPTER 549
(House Bill 1390)

AN ACT concerning

State Health Resources Planning Commission - Certificate of Need-----Ambulatory

Freestanding Primary Care Facilities - Study

FOR the purpose of requiring certain ambulatory primary care facilities to obtain a
certificate of need from the Health Resources Planning Commission under certain
circumstances
; defining a certain term; altering a certain definition; providing for
the construction of this Act; providing for the application of this Act; and generally
relating to requiring certain ambulatory primary care facilities to obtain a certificate
of need.
requiring the Health Resources Planning Commission, in consultation with
the Department of Health and Mental Hygiene and the Health Services Cost
Review Commission, to conduct a certain study concerning the impact on certain
freestanding primary care facilities and other primary care providers of certain laws,
regulations, and waivers that would authorize or require the enrollment of
Maryland Medical Assistance Program recipients into managed care plans or
organizations; requiring the Health Resources Planning Commission to submit a
certain report by a certain date; providing for the termination of this Act; and
generally relating to requiring the Health Resources Planning Commission to
conduct a certain study.

BY repealing and reenacting, with amendments,
Articl
eHealthGeneral
Section 19-101, 19-115(j)(7), and 19-118(f)
Annotated Code of Maryland
(1990 R
eplacement Volume and 1995 Supplement)

Preamble

WHEREAS, Preventive and primary health care services are essential to the
optimum health of Maryland's citizens; and

WHEREAS, The availability of preventive and primary health care services is
necessary to reduce the cost of health care for all Marylanders; and

WHEREAS, The health care delivery system is most efficient when health care
facilities are in the proper proportion to health care need; and

WHEREAS, The costs of building and maintaining health care facilities should be
targeted to locations where health care is not adequately available; and

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