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Tom Piper

Chief Executive Officer

MacQuest Consulting

Direct Phone: (573) ***-****direct phone

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Cheryl Karpen - Standing in the Gap

gentlyspoken.com [cached]

Tom Piper, CEO, MacQuest Consulting


Hartford County Medical Association | Government Affairs | Governor's CON Task Force Mtg Summary

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There was then a presentation by Tom Piper, a consultant with MacQuest Consulting and former Director of Missouri's Certificate of Need program.
The presentation has not yet been posted online, but included a breakdown of CON processes in states across the country. Ultimately, Piper concluded there are too many variables to say with any certainty which CON process would constitute "best practices" in Connecticut. Piper did state that Connecticut is an outlier with respect to (1) using two different agencies (Department of Public Health and Department of Social Services) to administer the CON program, and (2) No other state he is aware of uses hospital fees as the sole source of funding for the CON program.


www.hcma.org

There was then a presentation by Tom Piper, a consultant with MacQuest Consulting and former Director of Missouri's Certificate of Need program.
The presentation has not yet been posted online, but included a breakdown of CON processes in states across the country. Ultimately, Piper concluded there are too many variables to say with any certainty which CON process would constitute "best practices" in Connecticut. Piper did state that Connecticut is an outlier with respect to (1) using two different agencies (Department of Public Health and Department of Social Services) to administer the CON program, and (2) No other state he is aware of uses hospital fees as the sole source of funding for the CON program.


Cheryl Karpen

gentlyspoken.com [cached]

Tom Piper,
CEO, MacQuest Consulting


Cheryl Karpen – Programs

gentlyspoken.com [cached]

Tom Piper, CEO, MacQuest Consulting


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