Bill could change Georgia's hospital rules
Atlanta Journal-Constitution, April 2, 2008
Legislative fights over Georgia's regulation of healthcare may end with a compromise plan suddenly surging toward a House vote. The measure would help general surgeons open ambulatory surgery centers and would let hospitals build parking decks and other non-clinical projects without state approval. It also would lift obstetrics restrictions on a few hospitals now allowed to deliver babies only in cases of emergencies.
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