2005 Connecticut Code - Sec. 19a-486g. Sale of nonprofit hospitals: Denial of license.

      Sec. 19a-486g. Sale of nonprofit hospitals: Denial of license. The Commissioner of Public Health shall refuse to issue a license to, or if issued shall suspend or revoke the license of, a hospital if the commissioner finds, after a hearing and opportunity to be heard, that:

      (1) There was a transaction described in section 19a-486a without the approval of the Commissioner of Health Care Access, if such approval was required by sections 19a-486 to 19a-486h, inclusive, and the Commissioner of Health Care Access certifies to the Commissioner of Public Health that approval was not obtained;

      (2) There was a transaction described in section 19a-486a without the approval of the Attorney General, if such approval was required by sections 19a-486 to 19a-486h, inclusive, and the Attorney General certifies to the Commissioner of Public Health that such transaction involved a material amount of the nonprofit hospital's assets or operations or a change in control of operations; or

      (3) The hospital is not complying with the terms of an agreement approved by the Attorney General and commissioner pursuant to sections 19a-486 to 19a-486h, inclusive.

      (P.A. 97-188, S. 8, 10; P.A. 98-36, S. 7.)

      History: P.A. 97-188 effective June 26, 1997; P.A. 98-36 made a technical correction, deleting "nonprofit" before "hospital".

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