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Governor Whitmer has appointed Donald Haney to serve on the Certificate of Need Commission (CON). It is a state regulatory program intended to balance the cost, quality, and access of Michigan's health care system. This is to ensure that needed services and facilities afford quality health care for the residents of the state. 

The Commission, an 11-member independent body appointed by the Governor has the responsibility to develop, approve, disapprove, or revise Review Standards.

 

The Commission also has the authority to make recommendations to revise the list of covered clinical services subject to CON review and for determining the need and ongoing quality assurance standards for the following:

- Air Ambulance Services (Helicopters)

- Cardiac Catheterization Services

- Computed Tomography (CT) Scanner Services

- Hospital Beds

- Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) Services

- Megavoltage Radiation Therapy (MRT) Services

- Neonatal Intensive Care Units (NICU)

- Nursing Home/Hospital Long-Term Care Unit Beds

- Open Heart Surgery Services

- Positron Emission Tomography(PET)Scanner Services

- Psychiatric Beds and Services

- Surgical Services

- Transplantation Services: Bone Marrow, including Peripheral Stem Cell; Heart/Lung & Liver

- Urinary Lithotripter Services
 

Donald Haney, Administrator for Thornapple Manor in Hastings is appointed to represent nursing homes for a term expiring April 9, 2024. “My passion is building a team that recognizes financial accountability while ensuring that the organizations they govern provide the absolute best care in an environment which offers safe, high quality and compassionate healthcare to those we serve.”

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