The Triad Business Journal published yesterday the details of an appeal Cone Health filed in state court opposing the Certificate of Need granted by state to Atrium/ Wake Forest Baptist for its proposed new hospital on Horse Pen Creek Rd. Cone Health uses a variety of creative arguments. But the […]
Readers will recall that Atrium Wake Forest Baptist advanced a proposal to build a small hospital on Horse Pen Creek Road in Greensboro. This proposal was approved by the state according to the Triad Business Journal. This is great news because Greensboro has lacked real hospital competition for nearly thirty […]
The report is found here. Atrium Wake Forest Baptist in Winston-Salem and High Point are compliant. Novant Forsyth is also compliant.
It was predictable that Cone Health and other forces would not accept the entry of a new competitor (Atrium Wake Forest Baptist) into Greensboro without a fight. The News and Record discusses Cone’s response in an article posted today. Here is a summary of their main points and my response:
The Rhino Times published an article about the Atrium/ Wake Forest Baptist proposal for a new 36-bed hospital on Horse Pen Creek Rd. in Greensboro. Within the article, an e-mail address was included to send comments to state regulators regarding this proposal. Comments must be received by March 31. The […]
There have been a few interesting stories in the news over the last couple of weeks regarding North Carolina’s esteemed hospital systems: State Treasurer Dale Folwell has done an excellent job exposing how the state’s hospital systems are acting in a self-interested manner and serving citizens poorly. The fact that […]